Full text of "Peerage"
Mr. Thomas Garrou
Mary Fran Hughes
the Students of
Princess Anne High School
Virginia Beach, Virginia
"I am a part of all that I have met. .
The development of the. mind as well as the
body plays an important part in building the
characters of Princess Anne students. The o])-
portunities that exist for each student are un-
limited. Students are encouraged to promote
their interests through study, athletics, and
Each year, Princess Anne has expanded its
scholastic program in an attempt to broaden
the students' perspectives.
The addition of new courses in the language
and indusli'ial arts (l('i)aitnH'iU is a i)rime ex-
ample of the expansion of Princess Anne's
The 19()4 Peerage Staff has endeavored to
l)resent the many and varied aspects of stu-
dent life at Princess Anne. We hoi)e that now
and in years to come this book will hold many
pleasant memories for the readers.
Tribute to the New City of Virginia Beach — Since the Vir-
ginia Beach and Princess Anne County merger of last year, the
students of Princess Anne High School have become citizens of
a cosmopolitan area.
We of Princess Anne have become a part not only of a beau-
tiful resort city but also of a city with many historical land
marks including the Cape Henry Lighthouse, the Princess Anne
Courthouse, and the statue of the Norwegian Lady.
For many of us, the Virginia Beach vicinity is not new.
Those who have lived in this area for many years have seen nu-
merous changes — from the disappearance of familiar farm
lands ... to the rapid growth and expansion of housing projects,
the construction of new schools each year, the completion of the
Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel — and most of all, to the forma-
tion of the NEW CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH.
To those students who are new to the City of Virginia Beach
and Princess Anne High School, a welcome is extended from the
largest high school in Virginia Beach and from the "largest
resort city in the world."
The Norwegian Lady
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Table of Contents
. Administration 21
Environment . 1 23
Motivation 1 85
ADMINISTRATION: The teachers and administrators provide
the student body with guidance, knowledge, and inspiration.
STATUS: Each year at Princess Anne marks a new level in a
student's high school career. In the sophomore year, stu-
dents acquire habits and establish goals. The junior year is
often the most decisive for the student's future. The senior
year, of course, is the epitome — for this year marks not only
the end of four years of education, fun, and experience, but
also the beginning of a new era of adult life.
ENVIRONMENT: Princess Anne High School— The atmosphere
of classes, study halls, assemblies, and clubs are all a part
of our Alma Mater.
ESCAPE: Student activity never stops at 3:23 Friday afternoon,
for each student may enjoy dances, bonfires, pep rallies,
the prom, and finally the beach.
MOTIVATION: Athletics play an important part in high school
activities. Princess Anne has had a successful year in all
Status — Who else but a senior would have time
The art of teaching involves much more than the mere dis-
pensing of knowledge. It requires more than just hours spent
lecturing, or grading papers. It demands the quality of under-
standing, the ability to lead, and the desire to guide. Only those
dedicated men and women who possess a love for knowledge and
an earnest desire to pass this knowledge on to theii- students
can perform this art with success.
The student body of Pi'incess Anne should be proud of their
well qualified administration.
It is with this thought that the Peerage Staff introduces the
ADMINISTRATION of Princess Anne High School
Admim Strati on
Mr. Frank W. Cox
Mr. J. Warren Littleton
Princess Anne's capable guidance counselors are ces Hudgins, Director of Guidance, VZih grade
(Right) Miss Betty Bracey, 10th grade counselor; counselor; Mr. Charles Atkinson, 10th grade
Mrs. Clelia Freeman, 12th grade counselor; Mr. counselor; (Left) Mrs. Marcilla Humphries, Uth
E. E. Cox, armed services counselor; Mrs. Fran- grade counselor.
Busy working is Princess Anne's competent office staff; Bookkeeper; Mrs. Marie Lassiter, Principal's Secretary;
Mrs. Alice Ege, School Clerk; Mrs. Caddye Walker, Mrs. Dorothy Oliver, Registrar and Records Clerk.
MISS ROXANNE DARK
A. B. Women's College
University of North Carolina
MRS. DOROTHY JONES
B. A. Meredith
MISS SARA ROBERTS
B.A. William and Mary
MRS. CHRISTINE JOYNER
MR. LARRY WILLIAMS
B.S. East Carolina
MR. WILLIAM MOOSHA
A. B. Atlantic Christian
MRS. DOLORES BARON
B. A. Midland
MISS FRANCES HUGHES
B.S. and M.A. East Carolina
MRS. LUCY SAWYER
A. B. William and Mary
MRS. MARIE WELLS
B. A. Longwood
MISS SHIRLY MEDLEY
MISS BETTY McCAULEY
B.A. East Carolina
MISS FLORENCE PAVLIDES
B.A. Norfolk College of
William and Mary
MRS. SHIRLEY ARMSTRONG
MR. GORDON RAVELING
B.A. University of Richmond
MISS GRETCHEN DEGENHARDT
MISS JEWEL WHITLOCK
Chairman of Foreign
B.A. Mary Washington
M.Ed. Univ. of Virginia
MRS. SARAH BOVE
A. B. William and Mary
MISS BARBARA LOTH
B. A. Longwood
MISS ELIZABETH SALLE
MRS. SUZANNE GROVES
MR. OSCAR RODRIQUEZ
B.A., B.D. Southern
MR. KEN CAUTHEN
A. B. University of
MISS CAROLE STEINER
B. A. William and Mary
MRS. MABEL TAYLOR
Chairman of Science Dept.
MR. JAMES LINN
B.S. William and Mary
MR. JOHN AMBROSE
B.S. Washington and Lee
MR. HILTON ANDERSON
B.A. West Va. Univ.
MRS. WINIFRED MARTIN
B.S. Wake Forest
MR. JAMES BOCOCK
B.S. Old Donimion
MISS ALICE WHITE
MRS. MARY PHILLIPS
B.A. Mary Washington
-\ ^ ^ C
MR. E. E. COX
Chairman of Social Studies
B.S. William and Mary
M.A. University of Virginia
MR. LEWIS BREEDLOVE
MR. THOMAS GARROU
A.B. Duke University
M.Ed. University of North
MR. FOY SHAW
B.A. University of
MR. THOMAS SNODGRASS
B.S. Washington and Lee
MR. ROBERT PEARSALL
B.S. East Carolina
M.A. East Carolina
MRS. DOLORES FENTRESS
MISS JULIA SAWYER
B.A. William and Mary
MRS. JEAN ROBERT
B.A. University of North
MRS. DOROTHY WOLFRED
B.S. Old Dominion
MR. HOWARD McKENZIE
M.A. University of Miami
MR. WAYNE PURSELL
MR. ROBERT CONDIT
A. B. Duke
MR. CHARLES STEVENSON
B. A. William and Mary
Med. University of Virginia
MISS ELAINE CLAIRE EFIRD
B.A. Wake Forest
MISS MARGARET BAILEY
Chairman of Math Dept.
MR. NORMAN FIELDS
MRS. PENNY DOYLE
B.S. East Carolina
MRS. ELIZABETH STEVENS
B.S. & B.A. East Tenn. St.
MRS. CARRIE KNACK
A.B. Cornell University
MISS JENNIE BASS
A. B. Duke
MR. EARL STANLEY
B. S. Old Dominion
MR. JOHN ROBBINS
B.S. William and Mary
M.Ed. University of Virginia
MR. CYRIL TOMKO
B.S. Virginia Polytechnic
MR. WALTER HUGHES
Chairman of Boys' Physical
B.S. and M.A. East Carolina
xMR. HAROLD REVIS
B.S. and M.A. West Carolina
MR. JOHN GRADY
B.S. & M.A. East Carolina
MRS. EDITH SHIELDS
Chairman of Girls' Physical
MISS CAROL BURLESON
MRS. DORIS FRENCH
MRS. MARY SCHWARTZ
B.S. College of Misericordia
MRS. KATHLEEN EDMONDSON
MRS. IDA FAYE BARRETT
B.S. Norfolk College of
William and Mary
MRS. ANNE OWENS
B.S. Ed. Madison
MRS. BETTY BARCO
B.S. Ed. Longwood
MR. CHARLES STEWART
B.B.S. Norfolk College of
William and Mary
MISS ANITA HOBBS
MR. GEORGE COFFER
MISS SUE LASSITER
B.S. Richmond Polytechnic
MR. VERNON CHERRY
B.B.A. Norfolk College of
William and Mai-y
MRS. ENID BEAZLEY
Chairman of Home Economics
MRS. MARY SUE SPENCER
B.S. H.E. University of
MR. FRANK WEINMEISTER
Chairman of Trades and
Industrial Art Dept.
A. B. Colorado State
M.A. Colo2-ado State
R. ADM. FRANCIS McCUNE
B. S. U.S. Naval Academy
MR. HARVARD DEEN
Rutgers Univ. Old Dominion
MR. ELMER STAMM
B.S. Old Dominion
MR. MARSHALL TETTERTON
B.S. East Carolina
MR. JAMES ALLEN
B.S. Norfolk College of
William and Mary
MR. JAMES THOMPSON
B.S. Old Dominion
MR. JOSEPH THIBODEAU
B.S. Norfolk College of
William and Mary
MISS GRACE TUCKER
B.A. Mary Washington
MR. GEORGE BAILEY
B.S. and M.S. Eastern
MR. CLARK GRAVES
Conservatory of Music
MR. GEORGE MARTIN
In each class, the student is confronted with the opportunity
and responsibility to learn about another facet of adult life. The
primary prerequisite for becoming a competent citizen is think-
ing, rather than blind acceptance. Surrounded by contempor-
aries of varying attitudes and abilities, the student must decide
what course his life will follow.
One's mental maturity is measured by his STATUS as a sopho-
more, junior, or senior. Graduation from Princess Anne is the
apex of student life.
Senior Gfass Officers
James Landis, Vice-President ; Nina Henderson, Secretary ; Mrs. Mary
Barnes, Sponsor ; Pam Kerber, Treasurer ; and Larry Legum, President.
Gfass of 1964
It is difficult to express what it is and what
it means to the student to be a senior. It is a
magic and often traumatic year. Anticipation, re-
luctance, relief — each is a part of that special
year which may never be recaptured. The paint-
ing sessions on the gym roof, class rings, Home-
coming festivities, senior assemblies, the prom,
and finally graduation are only a few of the
major highlights of the year. What senior can
forget the rush to finish term papers, the vic-
torious football games, and the dreaded semes-
The Class of 1964 is the largest ever to gradu-
ate from the portals of Princess Anne. We
may boast the outstanding athletic and aca-
demic achievements. It has been a successful
year and one which we will never forget.
Wayne Colleran Linda Collier Robert Collins Shirley Combs Angelina Constantine Richard Conway
Louise Costenbader Charles Coulborn Paula Coussens Martha Cowand Gary Cox Andrew Craddork
Dennis Creef Karen Cresswell Judy Cronk Hiinnie Croctm Kliabeth Crunk Sharon ( unninKham
JoAnne Daniels James Davenport Joella Davenport Dianne Davidson Charlene Davila Allen Davis
Oliver Jo> ner
Barbara Mr( Irllan
Ch Ties Midkiff
t'hery I Moore
Ha rhn ra M i U-**
Rose Marie Punsalan
Half Dead or Alive
Reward - Many Thanks
Ki t'p \ t Sate I )istaiu o
( (msklc'idl \ c! > I His
Even a senior can go astray.
The Oliver twist
A senior swirl
Exams affect seniors in funny ways.
SANDRA ADAMS — Steering Committee 3;
Athena Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Peerage
TOMMY ADAMS — Steering Committee 1;
Homeroom Vice-President 3; SCA Alternate 4;
Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Varsity Basket-
ball 3; Junior Basketball Team Coach 3; "Key
Club 2,3,4, ICC Representative 3,4, International
LIZ ALLEGOOD — Drill Team 3,4; Future
Business Leaders of America 3; Future Nurses
of America 4; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4.
ROY ALLEN — Cavalier Hi-Y 4.
BARRY ALMOND — Steering Committee 2;
SCA Representative 1,3,4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 1,
2,3,4, Chaplain 3, Chaplain of Hi-Y Council 2,
Reporter to Model General Assembly 3, Dele-
gate to Model General Assembly 4; President
4, Float Committee Chairman 4; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-
Y Council 3,4; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y District Confer-
ence 4; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y Retreat 4; Tennis Team
3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Miss Princess Anne Con-
test Escort 3; Homecoming Queen Escort 4.
MARIA AMMONS — Transfer from Virginia
Beach High School; Homeroom Secretary
Treasurer 3; A Cappella Chorus 3,4; Workshop
Chorus 3; Ruritan Minstrals 3; Madrigals 4;
Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Miss Princess Anne
LISA ANDER — Transfer from Alexandria,
Virginia; Spanish Honor Society 4; National
Honor Society 4 ; Secretary-Treasurer of Home-
KAREN ANDERSON — Transfer from Mil-
ton, Florida ; Varsity Cheerleader 4.
RUDY ANDERSON — Varsity Basketball 3,4;
BEVERLY ANDREWS — Transfer from
Maury High School ; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Cor-
responding Secretary 2, President 4; Tri-Hi-Y
District Conference 2,3; Keyette Club 2,3,4;
Keyette Convention 2,3,4; SCA Representative
3 ; National Honor Society 4.
KATHY AUSTIN — Transfer; Coronet Tri-
Hi-Y ; Steering Committee 4.
SHERRY AUSTIN — Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 1; Bible Club 3,4; Future Business Leaders
of America 4; Drill Team 4.
CHARLENE BACON — Girls Athletic Asso-
ciation 1, Vice-President 1; Homeroom Secre-
tary 1,2; Ring Dance Committee 3; SCA Float
BARBARA BAILEY — Intramural Basketball
1,2; Junior Civitan Club 3,4, Secretary 4.
BETTY ANNE BAILEY — Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 1; Dramatics Club 1; Future Teach-
ers of Ameiica 2; Future Homemakers of
America 2; Distributive Education Club 3,4,
Most Progressive DE Student at Princess Anne
2, Delegate to Deca State Convention 2.
PATRICIA LEE BAKER — Future Business
Leaders of America 2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3,
Historian 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Spring Concert
3 ; Distributive Education Club 4.
MARVIN BALLARD — Band 2,3,4, Captain 4,
Section Leader 3,4 ; Gymnastics Club 4.
GAYLE BANNERMAN — Homeroom Secre-
tary-Treasurer 2; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Cor-
responding Secretary 4; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y District
Conference 3,4; Future Nurses Club 3,4; PAGE
Reporter 3,4; Senior Class Steering Committee
4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Class
Prophecy Committee 4; SCA School Spirit
Committee 4 ; Homeroom Vice-President 4.
ALICE BARRETT — Future Business Lead-
ers of America 3,4, Vice-President 4; Distribu-
tive Education Club 4 ; A Cappella Chorus 4.
ROSALIND BASNIGHT — Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 1; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Sergeant
of Arms 4; Model General Assembly Delegate
3; Pep Club 3.
BARBARA BATTERTON — Transfer Stu-
CATHY BAYDOWICZ — Future Nurses of
America Club 3,4.
JENNIFER BECKER — Transfer from Le-
Jeune High School, Lejeune, North Carolina;
Future Homemakers 3,4, Secretary 4.
WALTER G. BEHRENS — Sigma Phi Hi-Y.
BARBARA BERRY — Future Business Lead-
ers of America 3; Distributive Education Club
CHRIS BILBY — Band 2,3,4, Drill Sergeant
3,4 ; Stage Crew 2,4 ; Latin Club 4.
BARBARA BLEVINS — Y-Teens 4; Future
Business Leaders of America 4, Float Commit-
tee 4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Spring Concert 3,4;
Future Homemakers of America 2.
GEORGLA. ANNE BLICK — Transfer from
Columbia High School; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,4;
Junior Ring dance Committee 3; Steering
Committee 3,4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Co-
Chairman of School Spirit Committee 4; Sen-
ior Play Committee 4 ; Cavalier Capers 2.
CAROL BLYTHE — SCA Representative 2,4,
Alternate 3; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treasurer
4; Powder Puff Football 3; Keyette Club 3,4;
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 3.
SARAH BOND — Transfer from Norview
High School; French National Honor Society
2,3,4; Spanish National Honor Society 4; Quo-
Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4.
VENIDA BOWDEN — Future Homemakers of
America 2; Future Nurses of America 3,4;
Girls Chorus 4.
SANDRA BOWER — Homeroom Secretary 3;
Mixed Chorus 2,3; A Cappella Chorus 4; Ath-
ena Tri-Hi-Y 4 ; Drill Team 4.
DIANNE BRITTON — Transfer from Maury
High School; Future Nurses Club 3,4; Mascot
of Cavalier Hi-Y; Junior Miss Pageant First
Runner-Up 4 ; Art Club 4.
JEANNIE BROWN — SCA Alternate 1; Ath-
ena Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4;
Secretary-Treasurer of Homeroom 4; National
Honor Society 4; Tri-Hi-Y Hi-Y Council Repre-
sentative 4; Model General Assembly 4; Tri-
Hi-Y Hi-Y District Conference 4.
LEROY BUTLER — Chess Club 2,3,4; Chess
Team 2,3,4; Princess Anne Typing Champion
CAROL BUSH — French National Honor So-
ciety 2,3,4, Reporter 3, President 4; Coronet
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Drill Team 3,4; Junior Ring
Dance Committee 3.
KEN BUURMA — Swimming Team 1,2,4;
Cavalier Hi-Y 4.
FAY CADWALLADER — Transfer from
Highland Springs High School, Highland
CHARLIE CALDWELL — Transfer from
Ernest J. King High School, Sasebo, Japan;
National Honor Society 4; Manager of Bas-
ketball Team 4.
JENNIFER CAMPER — Band 1,2,3,4, Major-
ette 1,2,3,4, Head Majorette 3,4; Keyette Club
3,4; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Project Chairman
3, Vice-President 4; French National Honor
Society 2,3,4; Model General Assembly Delegate
3 ; SCA Representative 3.
BONNIE CARAWAN — Transfer from Mary-
land; Future Nurses of America 3,4, Treasurer
4; PEERAGE Staff 3,4, Business Manager 4.
JANIS CASPER — Transfer from Norview
High School; Girls Chorus 3; Future Home-
makers of America 3,4 ; A Cappella 4.
BILL CATEN — Transfer from Norview High
School; Homeroom Vice-President 2; Junior
Varsity Basketball 2; Track 2,4.
BONNIE CAVENDER — Pep Club 2; Cava-
lier Capers 2; Girls Chorus 2; A Cappella 3,4;
Ruritan Minstrels 3; Workshop Chorus 3; Sec-
retary Treasurer of Homeroom 2.
ROBERT CHAPMAN — Band 2,3,4; Swim-
ming Team 3,4.
DIANNE CHANDLER — Transfer fi-om Es-
cambia High School, Pensacola, Florida; Fu-
ture Homemakers of America 3.
DANNY CHILDRESS — Golf Team 2,3,4,
Manager 2; Key Club 2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4;
Sigma Phi-Hi-Y 3,4.
CECILE CHISHOLM — Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,
4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Drill Team 2,3,4; Cavalier
Capers 2; Powder Puff Football 3; Homeroom
WALLY CHURCH — A Cappella Chorus 2,3,
4; Madrigal Singers 4; SCA Representative 3.
RODNEY CLABO — Homeroom Secretary 2;
Junior Varsity Football 2; Varsity Baseball 2,
3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Steering Committee 3;
Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3,4; Varsity Football 3,4; Gym
Roof Painting Committee 3,4.
BOB CLARK — Golf Team 2.
ED CLARK— Transfer from New York, Swim-
ming Team 4.
JIM CLARKE — SCA Alternate Representa-
tive 2,4; Varsity Track Team 2,3,4; Junior Var-
sity Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity
Wrestling 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Sigma Phi Hi-
CAROLYN CLAUDE — Band 2; Homeroom
Secretary-Treasurer 2 ; Allstate Workshop
Band 2; All County Band 2; Pep Club 3; Girls'
Athletic Association 3; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,
Treasurer 4; Student-Teacher Basketball Team
JUDY CLAYTON — Future Teachers of Amer-
ica 2; Future Nurses of America 4; Girls' Hoc-
key and Volleyball Class Intramurals 2.
ANNE CLEMONS — Transfer Student; Dis-
tributive Education Club 4.
JUDY CLIFTON — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 2,3;
School Spirit Committee 3,4; Future Homemak-
ers of America 4; Junior Ring Dance Commit-
ANITA CLOUTIER — Transfer from Morse
High School, Bath, Maine; SCA Alternate 3.
HAROLD CLUKEY — Varsity Wrestling
BARBARA COATES — SCA Representative
3,4; Cavalier Capers 2; Junior Varsity Cheer-
leader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; SCA Parli-
amentarian 4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y, 2,3,4, Treas-
urer 4; Powder Puff Football 3,4; Hi-Y Tri-
Hi-Y Retreat 3 ; Homeroom Secretary 3.
BEVERLY COATES — Transfer from Virgin-
ia Beach High School ; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4.
BOB COFER — Transfer from Verdun Amer-
ican High School ; Science Club 4.
GEORGE COGSWELL — Transfer from Key
West High School, Key West, Florida; Tennis
Team 2,3,4; Wrestling Team 3; Swimming
Team 3,4; Cavalier Hi-Y 3,4; Chess Team 3,4,
WILLIAM COLLERAN — Science Club 4; Cav-
alier Hi-Y 4.
SHIRLEY COMBS — Transfer from Joseph
P. Knapp High School; Future Teachers of
RICHARD CONWAY — Cavalier Hi-Y 3,4,
Secretary 3,4; Hi-Y Retreat 3; Science Club 3,
4; Debate Team 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Spanish
National Honor Society 3,4.
ANGELENA CONSTANTINE — Future
Teachers of America 2,3,4, Vice-President 4;
SCA Representative 2; Cavalier Capers 2; Jun-
ior Civitan Club 2,3, Junior Class Treasurer 3;
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Girls State 3; National
Honor Society 4 ; Steering Committee 3,4 ; Talk-
ing Yearbook Committee 4.
LINDA COOPER — Future Business Leaders
of America 3,4.
JAMES CORLEY — Band 1,2,3,4; Library
MARTHA COWAND — Future Teachers of
America 2; Future Business Leaders of Ameri-
ca 4; SCA Representative 4; Homeroom Secre-
tary -Treasurer 4.
ANDY CRADDOCK — Future Farmers 1,2,3,
4, Repoi'ter 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4;
SCA Representative 2,3; Steering Committee 1,
MAUREEN CRAFT — Future Nurse Club
3,4; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3.
KAREN CRESSWELL — Future Teachers of
America 2,3,4; Drill Team 3,4; Homeroom Vice-
JUDY CRONK — Transfer from Granby High
School; SCA Representative 2; Spanish Club
2; Spanish National Honor Society 2; Cavalier
Capers 2; Homeroom Vice-President 3; Pep
Club 3; Columbia University Press Convention
3; Junior Co-Editor of 63 PEERAGE: Trinity
Hi-Y 8,4; Future Teachers of America 3,4, Re-
porter-Historian 4; Co-Photography Editor 64
PEGGY DALE — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4; A Cap-
pella 4; ARS Medica 4.
JOELLA DAVENPORT — Pep Club 4; Future
Nurses of America 3,4.
SUSAN DAVES — Future Homemakers of
America 3,4, Historian 3, Treasurer 4.
CHARLINE DAVILA — Spanish Club 2,3,4;
Reporter 4; Girls Athletic Association 2,3, His-
torian 3; PEERAGE STAFF 2,3.
VIVIAN DEAL — Transfer from Dothan High
GENA DEEL — Future Business Leaders of
LEE DOMINA — Transfer from Havelock
High School, Havelock, North CaroHna; Sigma
Phi-Hi-Y 4; Varsity Football 4.
LARRY DOWDY — Distributive Education
Club 4, Historian 4; PEERAGE and PAGE
Photographer 2,3,4; Columbia University Scho-
lastic Press Convention 3.
MARGARET DUDLEY — Keyette Club 2,3,4;
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3; French National Honor So-
ciety 2; Girls Chorus 2; Homeroom Secretary-
THOMAS DUNFORD — SCA Representative
1,4; Golf Team 2,4; Steering Committee 4; Sig-
ma Phi Hi-Y 4.
CLAUDIA DUVAL — Future Business Lead-
ers of America 2,3; Pep Club 2; Cavalier Ca-
pers 2; SCA Alternate 2; PAGE Staff 4; Fu-
ture Homemakers of America 2.
BRENDA EASON — Girls Athletic Associa-
tion 2; Pep Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Treas-
urer 4; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 4; Fu-
ture Nurses Club 3,4; PEERAGE Staff 3; SCA
Alternate 3; Junior Civitan Club 3; Keyette
Club 4; National Honor Society 4; ARS Medi-
CALYCE EGE — SCA Alternate Representa-
tive 2, Representative 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3;
Future Nurses of America 3,4, Vice-President
4, ICC 4.
JUDY ELKIN — Transfer from Puerto Rico.
BARRIE EMERSON — Junior Varsity Wrest-
ling 1,2; Steering Committee 1; Homeroom
Vice-President 2; Junior Varsity Baseball 2;
SCA Representative 2; Varsity Wrestling 3,4;
Varsity Club 3,4; Homeroom Treasurer 3; Var-
sity Baseball 3; SCA Alternate Representative
CANDI ETHERIDGE — Transfer Student
from Okinav^a; French National Honor Society
MARY EVANS — Transfer from George
Washington High School, San Francisco, Cali-
fornia; Secretary Treasurer of Hom.eroom 4.
SHELIA EVANS — Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4,
Chaplain 4; Mix Chorus 4, Vice-President 4.
PATRICIA FALLETTA — Spanish Club 2,3;
Spanish National Honor Society 4; Future
Teachers of America 3; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4.
SHIRLEY FANTONE — Science Club 4; ARS
JAY FERGSON — Junior Varsity Football 1 ;
SCA Representative 1,2; French National Hon-
or Society 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4, Key Club Di-
vision Secretaiy 3, Board of Directors 1,2,4;
Varsity Club 3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Cross-
country 2,3,4; Cavalier Cai)ers 2; Vice-Chair-
man Tidewater SCA, 4; Powder Puff Football
Cheerleader 3; Boys State 3; National Honor
Society 4; Sports Editor of PEERAGE 4; Scho-
lastic Achievement Team 1,2; Class Steering
Committee 3; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4; Homecoming
Escort 4; School Si)irit Committee 4; National
Merit Semi-Finalist; Miller and Rhoads Forum
3; Key Club Convention 2,3,4; District SCA
Meeting 4; Miss Princess Anne Contest Escort.
PAT FINK — Transfer from Millington, Ten-
nessee; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4; Keyette Club 4;
A Cappella Chorus 3,4, Librarian 4; Madrigal
Singers 4; Virginia Workshop Chorus 3; Ruri-
tan Ministrels 3; Science Club 3.
BETTY FLETCHER — Futui-e Business Lead-
ers of America 3; Sceptei- Tri-Hi-Y 4; Future
Nurses Club 4 ; National Honor Society 4.
NINA FLORA — Dramatics club 2; Girls Ath-
letic Association 3; Future Homemakers of
BARBARA FLOWERS — Pep Club 2,3,4; Fu-
ture Teachers of America 2,3,4; Steering Com-
mittee 3; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Virginia
Beach Junior Miss 4; PEERAGE Staff 3;
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Corresponding Secretary
PATRICIA FODREY — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,
4, Chaplain 4.
PATRICIA FOX — Junior Varsity Cheerlead-
er 1,2, Co-Captain 2; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4,
Chaplain 3; Cavalier Capers 1,2; Varsity Cheer-
leader 3,4, Co-Captain 4, 1963 Homecoming
Court; SCA Representative 2,3,4; Pep Club 4;
Prom Committee 1.
RICHARD FOSS — Homeroom Vice-President
2; Track Team 2; Key Club 3,4; Swimming
Team 3,4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4; SCA Represent-
BILLIE JO FREEMAN — Future Teachers of
SHIRLEY FREEMAN — Girls Athletic Asso-
ciation 1; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4; Future Business
Leaders of America 4; Steering Committee 4.
ALICE FREVE — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4; ARS
KEN FUDALA — Cavalier Hi-Y 3,4.
LONNY GALLAGHER — SCA Representa-
tive 2; Class Steering Committee 3,4; National
Honor Society 4; Varsity Wrestling Team 3,4;
Boys State 3 ; Varsity Club 3,4.
TOMMY GARCEAU — Varsity Basketball 2,3,
4; Varsity Baseball 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4;
Homeroom Secretary Treasurer 4.
BOYD GAVITT — Track 2,3.
TANYA GAVITT — Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Vice-
President 3; Cavalier Capers 2,3; PAGE Staff
3; Cavalier Folio 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y Hi-Y Council
3, Reporter 3; School Spirit Committee 3,4;
Steei'ing Committee 3; SCA Alternate Repre-
sentative 3; National Thespians 3,4.
KATHY GEHMAN — Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3,4;
Steering Committee 3; National Honor Society
4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; SCA Alternate Re-
CECILIA GERLOFF — Class Reporter 2;
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Parliamentarian 2; Key-
ette Club 2,3,4, President 4; SCA Executive
Council 2; SCA Secretary 3; SCA District Con-
vention 3; Miller and Rhoades Forum 2,3;
National Society 4 ; Girls State 3.
JOAN GIBBS — Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Parlia-
mentarian 4 ; Latin Club 3.
JOHNNY GIMBERT — Junior Varsity Foot-
ball 2; Track 3; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4; Varsity
Football 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Steering Com-
LINDA GRAFFEY — Latin Club 2; Science
Club 3; PEERAGE Staff 2,3,4; Tidewater Scho-
lastic Team 2,3; National Honor Society 4;
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Steering Committee 3,4;
Chairman of Class Prophecy Committee 4;
Prom Committee 4.
VIC GREGOR — Transfer from Norview High
School; Science Club 3,4; President 4; Junior
Civitan Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Junior Varsity
CHARLENE GRENN — Girls Athletic Asso-
ciation 4 ; Powder Puff Football 3.
PATSY GRIMES — Steering Committee 3;
PEERAGE Staff 4.
KENNY GRUBBS — Golf Team 2,3; Varsity
JUDY HADDOCK — Future Nurses Club 2,
3,4, Parliamentarian-Historian 3, President 4;
National Honor Society 4.
ROBERT HALEY — All State Band 1,2,3,4,
First Chair Cornet 2,3; Track Team 1,2,3,4;
Varsity Club 3,4.
CHRISTINE HALL — Transfer from Connect-
icut; ARS Medica 4.
JUDY HALSTEAD — Distributive Education
BECKY HARDEN — Transfer from Norview
High School; Secretary of Homeroom 8; Future
Nurses 4; Homeroom Treasurer 4.
LINDA HARENS — Future Teachers of Amer-
ica 3,4; Future Homemakers of America 3,4,
Vice-President 3, President 4.
AILEEN HARMON — Bible Club 2; Chorus
MARY HAROL — Transfer from Northamp-
ton High School.
MARSHA HARRIER — Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3,4;
Homeroom Vice-President 4.
BARBARA HARRIS — Transfer from Cradock
JANE HARRISON — Class Secretary 1; Class
Vice-President 3; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, ICC
Representative 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4;
Keyette Club 2,3,4, Junior Board Member 3;
French National Honor Society 2,3,4, Secre-
tary 2; Reporter of SCA 2,3; SCA Represent-
ative 2; SCA Vice-President 4; Blue Ridge As-
sembly 2; Keyette Convention 2,3,4; Girls State
3; Miss Princess Anne Contest 1,2,3, First Run-
ner Up 2; Most Outstanding Junior 3; Nation-
al Honor Societv 4; Homecoming Court 4;
PEERAGE Staff 4.
CAROL HAUSER — Future Nurses Club 3,4;
ARS Medica 4; SCA Alternate Representative
BILL HAWKINSON — Chess Club 2,3,4; Chess
Team 2,3,4; Homeroom Treasurer 3; SCA Al-
ternate Representative 4 ; Debate Team 4.
TOM HAZELWOOD — Swimming Team 3,4.
DONNA HEDGEPETH — Pep Club 2; Span-
ish Club 2 ; Debate Team 2,3.
ANNE HEFLIN — Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Re-
cording Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Model
General Assembly 3; Keyette Club 4, Senior
Board Member 4; Honor Court Judge 2,3,4,
Secretary 3,4; French National Honor Society
3,4; SCA Executive Council 2,3; SCA Treas-
urer 4; Intramural Basketball Team 1.
LAURA HEIEMAN — SCA Representative 2;
Future Homemakers of America 4; Sceptei" Tri-
NINA HENDERSON — Future Teachers of
America 2,3,4, President 4, State Convention
3,4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 4; Class
Secretary 3,4; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 3;
SCA Representative 4; School Spirit Commit-
tee 4; A Cappella 4; Library Club 4; Steering
LINDA HENSLEY — Future Nurses Club 4;
A Cappella 4; Distributive Education Club 3,
LARRY HIGHTOWER — Track Team 1,2,3,
4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Key
Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4, Vice-
President 4; SCA Representative 3; Boys State
3 ; Scholastic Team 3.
SHELIA HILL — Transfer from Key West
High School, Key West, Florida.
CLYDE HINES — Transfer from Granby High
School; Cavalier Hi-Y 4; Distributive Educa-
tion Club 4 ; Art Club 4.
RAY HINTON — Transfer from Petersburg
High School, Petersburg; Varsity Basketball 3,
4; Varsity Club 3,4.
ROY HINTON — Transfer from Petersburg
High School ; Varsity Football 3,4.
CAROL HODGES — Distributive Education 4;
Future Nurses Club 3.
DIANE HOGGE — Transfer from Maury High
School; Alpha Y-Teens 4, President 4; Girls
Chorus 4 ; Interclub Council 4.
CHERYL HOEL — Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, His-
torian 4; National Honor Society 4; Class Steer-
ing Committee 4; Prom Committee 4.
CAROLYN HOLDER — Girls Athletic Associ-
ation 2; Pep Club 2,3, Historian 3; Scepter Tri-
Hi-Y 3,4, Secretary 3.
BARBARA HOLLAND — Latin Club 4; Chess
Club 2; ARS Medica 4; Bible Club 2,3,4; Intra-
mural Field Hockey and Basketball; Chorus 2,
MARY HOLLIDAY — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4; P^u-
ture Business Leaders of America 4.
CRAIG HONOUR — Transfer from Jackson-
ville, Florida; Varisty Football; Varsity Basket-
ball; Tennis Team; Mascot of Coronet Tri-Hi-
LINDA HOWELL — Keyette Club 4; SCA Re-
presentative 3,4; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Hon-
or Court Judge 3,4; Miss Princess Anne 2;
Homecoming Queen 4.
RUSSELL HOWELL — Track Team 1,2; Class
Steering Committee 1,2,3; Key Club 2,3,4, Serg-
eant at Arms 4.
BOB HOWERIN — Transfer from Melbourne,
Florida ; Varsity Football Team 3,4.
SHARON HOWLES — Transfer from Kings-
bury High School, Memphis, Tennessee; Athe-
na Tri-Hi-Y 4.
ALLIE HUDGINS — Baseball 1,2,3.
KATHRYN HUGGINS — Junior Civitan 3,4,
Vice-President 4; Spanish Club 4, Secretary 4.
MARY FRAN HUGHES — National Science
Foundation Course at Emory and Henry Col-
lege 3; Junior Civitan Club 2,3,4, Outstanding
Member 3, Project Chairman 3,4; French
National Honor Society 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,
Parlimentarian 4; Columbia Scholastic Press
Association Convention 3; National Honor So-
ciety 4; PEERAGE Staff, Co-Copy Editor 4;
Norfolk Optimist Club Outstanding Girl at
Princess Anne 4; Homeroom Vice-President 3;
Scholastic Achievement Team 1,2,3,4.
MARCUS HULINGS — Swimming Team 3,4,
LINDA HURDLE — Powderpuff Football 3.
PAT INGRAM — Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4; Future
Teachers of America 2,3,4; Varsity Cheerlead-
er 4; Girls Athletic Association 3,4, Vice-
President 4; Pep Club 4; Student Faculty Bas-
ketball Game 2.
JAMIE JENKINS — Transfer from Tennes-
see ; Drill Team 4 ; Future Nurses 4.
JOAN JENNINGS — Transfer from Norview
ELAYNE JOHNSON — Future Teachers of
America 1,2; Keyette Club 2; Distributive Ed-
ucation Club 4, Secretary 4.
EDITH JONES — Future Teachers of Ameri-
ca 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Spanish Honor Society
2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Future
Teachers of America Convention 4.
KATHLEEN KAMPS — Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,
4, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 4; Band 3,4,
Majorette 3,4 ; Keyette Club 3,4 ; French Nation-
al Honor Society 3,4; Steering Committee 4;
Senior Prophecy Committee; Senior Prom Com-
TIM KARY — Transfer from Argo High
School, IlKnois; Track 3; Swimming Team 3,
KATHLEEN KEATING — Athena Tri-Hi-Y
4; Transfer from Ray High School, Corpus
JACQUELINE KEENEY — Band 2,3, Major-
ette 2,3; Cavalier Capers 2; Homeroom Secre-
ANN KELLEY — Pep Club 2,3; Junior Civi-
tan Club 3; Drill Team 3, Assistant Squad
Leader 4; Future Nurses 3, Parliamentarian-
Historian 4; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4; National Hon-
or Society 4.
SUZANNE KELLY — French National Honor
Society 4; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4; SCA Executive
Council 2,3 ; Latin Club 3.
BILL KERBER — Spanish Club 2; Sigma Phi
Hi-Y 3,4; Golf Team 3,4.
PAM KERBER — Homeroom Vice-President
2,3; Miss Princess Anne Contest 2; Keyette
Club 2,3,4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; SCA Repre-
sentative 2,3,4; Reporter 4; SCA District Meet-
ing 4; Keyette Convention 3; Cavalier Capers
2; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheer-
leader 3,4; Senior Class Treasurer; Prom Com-
mittee 4 ; Homecoming Court 4.
LEE KERR — National Science Foundation
Scholarship 3; National Honor Society 4; De-
bate Team 4 ; Science Team 4.
LEONARD KIGHT JR. — Wrestling 1,2.
NANCY KIMBREL — Transfer from Maury
MICHCAL KING — Transfer from Waimight
High School, Taiwan.
SUZANNE KING — Transfer from Waimight
High School, Taiwan.
ROBERT KLEIMAN JR. — Band 3; ARS Med-
ica 4 ; Homeroom Treasurer 4.
DARLENE KNIGHT— Transfer from Semi-
nole High School ; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4.
FRANKLIN KOREL — Transfer from Maury
TONY KOSTER — Transfer from Creighton
Prep School, Omaha, Nebraska; Varsity Foot-
ball ; Track Team, Varsity Club 3,4.
JIM LANDIS — School Public Speaker 2,
Second in District 2; French National Honor
Society 3; Class Vice-President 4; National
Honor Society 4, President 4; Science Club 3,
1, Vice-President 4; Honor Court Judge 4;
National Merit Semifinalist 4; Debate Team 1,
1,4; Boys State 3.
CECIL LANE — Spanish Honor Society 2.
DIANE LANG — Transfer from Antilles High
School, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
DAVID LATCHUM — Transfer from Fitch
High School, Groton, Connecticut; Radio Club
KATHERINE LAWLER — Transfer from Sa-
cred Heart High School.
DONNA LAWSON — Transfer from Norview
High School; Madrigal Singers 2,4; French
National Honor Society 3.
SHARON LEARY — Transfer from Falls
Church High School, Falls Church.
RUTH LEEDOM — Art Club 2; Future Teach-
ers of America 2,3,4.
ROLLEAN LEGGETT — Band 1,2,3,4; Dra-
matics Club 2; All State Workshop Band 2,
Section Leader 4; Spanish Honor Society 3,
4; Spanish Club 4; ARS Medica 4; All State
LARRY LEGUM — Class President 1,2,3,4;
Varsity Track Team 1,3,4; Varsity Baseball 2,
3; Key Club 3,4; Boys State 3; SCA Represent-
ative 3,4; ARS Medica 4; National Honor So-
MIKE LEMMON — Transfer from Norfolk
Catholic High School.
JUDY LEWIS — Transfer from Norview
High School ; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4.
PAT LEWIS — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 1; SCA repre-
sentative 3; Homeroom Secretary Treasurer 4.
SYBLE LEWIS — Drill Team 2,3,4; Future
Teachers of America 2,3,4; French National
Honor Society 4.
DON LIPS — Track 2,4; Homeroom President
LEO LISTER — Transfer from Forrest Sher-
man High School, Naples, Italy; Cavalier Hi-Y
CAROL LITTLE — French National Honor So-
ciety 2,3; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y
Retreat 3 ; PEERAGE Staff 3.
ART LLOYD — Transfer from Freehold Re-
gional High School; National Thesi)ians; Cross
LINDA LONGSWORTH — Transfer from Hug-
uenot High School, Richmond; Debate Team 3;
Dramatics Clubs 3; ARS Medica 4; Athena Tri-
PATRICIA LOVE — Future Business Leaders
of America 3,4.
WAYNE MALBON — Chess Club 3; Junior
Civitan Club 4.
DANNY MANNEN — Spanish Club 1,2; Track
Team 2,3.4, Cross Country Club 2,4.
JULIANNE MANNEN — Girls Athletic Asso-
BETTY MARTIN — SCA Representative 1,2,
3,4 ; Class Treasurer 1 ; Prom Committee 1 ;
Miss Princess Anne Contest 1; Junior Varsity
Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4, Co-
Captain 4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Chaplain
3, Vice-President 4; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y Retreat 3;
French National Honor Society 1; Cavalier
Capers 1,2; Keyette Club 1,2,3,4; Powder Puff
Football 3,4; Pep Club 4.
JUDY MARTIN — Intramural Basketball 2;
Art Club 2; Distributive Education 3; Future
Homemakers of America 4.
MARSHA MARTIN — Class Steering Commit-
tee 1; SCA Representative 1,2; Homeroom Sec-
retary 2 ; Future Teachers of America 3,4 ; The-
ta Tri-Hi-Y 4.
WHIT MARTIN — Key Club 2,3,4, Secretary
4; Wrestling 2,4; Homeroom Vice-President 2;
Homeroom Alternate SCA Representative 2.
SAM MARTINETTE — Spanish Club 3; Cav-
alier Hi-Y 3,4, President 4; Tri-Hi-Y Hi-Y
Council 4, President 4; Model General Assemb-
ly 3; Hi-Y Retreat 3,4; District Conference 4.
FLOYD MATHEWS — Chess Club 2, Presi-
dent 3,4; Chess Team 3,4; National Honor So-
ciety 4 ; Latin Club 4 ; Science Club 4.
JOE MATTOX — Future Farmers of America
2,3,4, President of Peanut Federation 4, Star
Chapter Farmer 3.
BETTY MAY — Transfer; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3,
4; Keyette Club 3,4.
ROBERT MAYFIELD — Future Teachers of
America 4; Future Business Leaders of Amer-
ROBERT McANDREW — Transfer from De-
LaSalle Academy, Newport, Rhode Island; Jun-
ior Civitan Club 2,3,4, President 4, Lieutenant
Governor of Chesapeake District 4; Swim-
ming Club 3,4 ; Varsity Club 3,4.
MARY McAUSLAN — Chorus 3,4; SCA Repre-
ELAINE McBRIDE — Chorus Librarian 4;
Powder Puff 3.
BARBARA McCLELLAN — SCA Executive
Council 4; Chorus 2,3,4; Bible Club 2; Future
Homemakers of America 4; Girls Athletic As-
NANCY McCRACKEN — Transfer from Mo-
Hawk High School, New Castle, Pennsylvania;
Varsity Cheerleader 3; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,4:
Steering Committee 4; School Spirit Commit-
tee 4; Miss Princess Anne Contest; Prom Com-
EDWARD McGEE — Cavalier Hi-Y 3,4,
Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; District Hi-Y Con-
ference 4 ; Hi-Y Retreat 3,4.
TOM McGHEE— Transfer from George Dew-
ey High School, Subic Bay, Philippine Islands.
JACK McGINNIS — Distributive Education
BILL McGLAMERY — Transfer Student.
BETTY McLaughlin — Transfer from
Granby High School; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4,
Secretary 4; Future Homemakers of America
2,3, Vice-President 3; Keyette Club 3; Drill
Team 3,4; Steering Committee 4; Prom Com-
SANDRA McNeill — French National Hon-
or Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 2, President 3; Key-
ette Club 2,3,4, Junior Representative 3 ;
National Corresponding Secretary 4; Theta
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3,
President 4; District Tri-Hi-Y Hi-Y Conference
3,4; Model General Assembly 2,3; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-
Y Council 3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4;
SCA Representative 2,4, Executive Council 3;
Steering Committee; National Honor Society 4;
A Cappella Chorus 4.
LARRY MEAGHER — Cross Country 2,3;
CAROL MEEKINS — Transfer from Waipahu
High School, Hawaii.
DEIRDRE MIDGETT — Pep Club 2,3; Future
Nurses Club 1,4; Junior Civitan Club 4; Li-
brary Club 1; Girls Athletic Association 4;
Student Faculty Basketball Team 3.
CHUCK MIDKIFF — Distributive Education
Club 4, Vice-President 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4;
Junior Varsity and Varsity Football 3.
PHYLISS MILLER — Transfer from Botton
High School, Arlington, Tennessee.
ROXIE MILLER — Homeroom Secretary-
DAVE MITCHELL — Transfer from Tide-
water Academy; Distributive Education 4, Pres-
ident 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4.
PAULA MITCHELL — Tranfer from Bell-
erue High School, Bellerue, Nebraska.
JAMES MOELDNER — Transfer from Judice
High School, Lafayette, Louisiana.
JEANNE MOORE — Transfer from Californ-
ia; Spanish Honor Society 4; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y
3,4; National Thes])ian Society 4.
JUDY MOORE — Homeroom Vice-President 3,
4; SCA Representative 3; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2,
3,4, Historian 4; Girls Athletic Association 4;
Intramural Basketball, Hockey, Volleyball, Soft
MARILYN MOSER — Distributive Education
4 ; Girls Chorus 4.
PETE MULLER — Transfer; Cavalier Hi-Y 4.
STEVEN MUNSON — Transfer from North
Chicago Community High School, Chicago, Illi-
JERRY MYERS — Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3,4, Treas-
urer 4; Junior Civitan Club 3; Swimming Team
PEGGY MYERS — Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4.
SUSAN NALEM — Distributive Education Club
EARL NEAL — A Cappella 3,4; Cavalier Hi-Y
3,4 ; Madrigals 4.
PAM NEAL — Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3; Spanish
National Honor Society 3.
KATHLEEN NEARMAN — Homeroom Secre-
tary 2; Pep Club 2,3, Sergeant at Arms 3; Scep-
ter Tri-Hi-Y 4; Co-Photography Editor of 64
MARY NEWMAN — Future Nurses Club 4;
Girls Chorus 4.
MAC NEWTON — Key Club 2,3,4; Sigma Phi-
Hi-Y 2; Junior Varsity Wrestling 3; SCA Al-
ternate Representative 3.
ANNE NICHOLS — SCA Representative 2,3,
Executive Council 3,4; Future Teachers of
America 2,3,4, Homeroom Treasurer 2; WNOR
Teen Queen 2; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, President,
4, Vice-Pi-esident of Norfolk Ti-i-Hi-Y Council
GAIL LILSEN — Girls Athletic Association 2,
3,4; Future Homemakers of Amei'ica 2; Future
Teachers of America 2,3,4; PEERAGE Staff 3;
Powder Puff 3.
JOHN NIXON — Cavalier Hi-Y 4.
PAT NORTHCUTT — Di-ill Team 4.
KATHLEEN OAKLEY — Transfer from Lack-
ey High School, Indian Head, Maryland ; Future
Teachers of America 3,4; Mixed Chorus 3; A
Cappella 4 ; PEERAGE Staff 4.
WILLIAM O'BRIEN — Steering Committee 1,4;
Escort in Miss Princess Anne Contest 1 ; Junior
Varsity Football 1; Varsity Football 1,2,3,4; Jun-
ior Varsity Basketball 1,2; Varsity Baseball 1,2,
3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4, Secretarv 4; Key Club
2,3 ; SCA Representative 2,4 ; All-Metro, All For-
man Field, All Tidewater (2nd Team), All State
2nd Team 2,3, Sophomore Club Vice President;
Miller and Rhoades Forum 2; SCA State Con-
vention 2; SCA Vice-President 3; SCA District
Convention 3; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Bovs State,
3; Pre-Season All South, Six Most Wanted Boys
in America 4.
KAREN O'GRADY — Art Club 2; ARS Medica
DAVID OLIVER — Transfer from North King-
ston High School.
LYNN OLIVER — Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-
President 3; Keyettes 2,3,4, Tidewater District
Vice-President 3; National President 4; SCA
Representative 3, Alternate 2,4 ; Intramural Bas-
ketball, Hockey, 1,2,3,4; Tidewater Hockey Re-
serve Team 3; Girls State 3, Attorney General
3; Steeling Committee 2; National Honor Socie-
ty 4 ; Blue Ridge Assembly 2.
JANET OLSEN — Future Homemakers of
America 1; Girls Chorus 2; A Cappella 3,4; Fu-
ture Business Leaders of America 4; All State
Work Shop 3.
TINE OLSEN — Foreign Exchange Student;
Keyette Club; Art Club 4, Secretary 4; Home-
room Vice-President 4.
TERRY ONSPOAUGH — Track 3,4.
SUZANNE OSBORNE — Library Club 4; Bible
JANIE OSTROM — Transfer from San Diego,
EVELYN OUZTS — Future Business Leaders
of America 1,2, Secretary 2; Future Homemakers
of America 1 ; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Steering Com-
CYNTHIA OVERBEY — Transfer from Great
Bridge High School; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Fu-
ture Teachers of America 3 ; Pep Club 4.
ELIZABETH OWEN — Transfer Student;
French National Honor Society.
JUDY PALMER — SCA Representative 4; Fu-
ture Homemakers of America 4.
BOB PALOMBO — Latin Club 4; Junior Civi-
tan Club 4.
SANDRA PARKE — Cavalier Capers 2; Latin
Club 3; Pep Club 3; Junior Co-Business Man-
ager of 63 PEERAGE 3, Co-Business Manager
of 64 PEERAGE 4; SCA Representative 3, Al-
ternate 4 ; Columbia Scholastic Press Convention
BARBARA PARKER — PAGE Staff 2; Coro-
net Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4.
ELAINE PARKINSON — Future Business
Leaders of America 1,2, Secretary 2; Future
Homemakers of America 1; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 1;
Steering Committee 4.
CAROL PAULSEN — Junior Civitan Club 4;
Debate Team 4; French National Honor Society
2,3,4, Treasurer 4 ; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3.
HELEN PAVEY — Band 1,2,3, Majorette 1,2,3;
Cavalier Capers 2.
LINDA PEARMAN — Transfer from Welch,
West Virginia; Future Homemakers of Ameri-
ca 4 ; Girls Athletic Association.
COURTNEY PECK — Transfer from Cubberly
High School, Palo Alto, California; Sigma Phi
CORA PELLETIER — Future Teachers of
America 1 ; Homeroom Vice-President 4.
VERA PENNINGTON — Band 1,2,3,4; Future
Homemakers of America 4 ; PAGE Staff 4.
PHOEBE PENZOLD — Latin Club 1,2; Scepter
Tri-Hi-Y 1,4; Spanish Honor Society 1,4.
PAT PERKINS — Future Teachers of Ameri-
ca 2,3; Pep Club 3; Student Faculty Basketball
Game 2,4 ; Intramural Basketball 2,3,4 ; Girls Ath-
letic Association 4.
HELEN PERRY — Future Business Leaders of
America 4 ; Pep Club 4.
LINDA PHELPS — SCA Representative.
FRANCES PHILLIPS — Band 1,2,3,4.
BETH PITT — Girls Chorus 3; A Cappella 4;
Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4.
ROBBY PITTMAN — Chorus i;2,3,4; President
4, Librarian 3,4; SCA Representative 3; Madri-
gals 3,4 ; All State Chorus 2,3,4.
TOM PODRICK — Varsity Track 2; Spanish
Club 3; Cavalier Hi-Y 3,4, Sergeant at Arms 3,
ROBERT POLLARD — Football, Basketball 1;
Varsity Football 3.
PAMELA POPE — Transfer from Key West
High School, Key West, Florida ; Band 4 ; Nation-
al Honor Society 4.
JIM PORTER — Future Farmers of America 1,
2,3,4, Reporter 2; Vice-President 3, President 4.
NINA PRITCHER — Transfer from Holly Hill
High School ; Band 3,4.
RUTH PRUITT — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Chap-
ROBERT QUARLES — Svrimming Team 3,4.
CAROL RALSTON — Steering Committee 2;
Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Drill Team 2,3,4; Squad
Leader 4 ; Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 4.
LENNY RANSDELL — Junior Varsity Foot-
ball Manager 2; Key Club 3,4; Homeroom Vice-
President 3,4; Swimming Team 4; SCA Repre-
JANE REESE — Distributive Education Club 4.
CARLA REHNBACK — Noma Arithmetic
DONNA RICHARDSON — Future Homemak-
ers of America 3,4.
FRANCINE RICHARDS — Steering Commit-
tee 2,4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; School Spirit
TOMMY RIDING — Distributive Education
DONNA RIEDELL — Basketball Intramurals
1,2; Volleyball 1.
BARBARA RILEY — Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,
Vice-President 4; Spanish National Honor So-
ciety 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4;
National Honor Society 4 ; Debate Team 4.
JO RILEY — Future Business Leaders of Amer-
PATSY ROACH — Varsity Cheerleader 3,4;
Pep Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Coro-
net Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; SCA Representative 4; Junior
Miss Contest 4, Second Runner Up 4; Steering
Committee 2; Homeroom Secretarv-Treasurer 3;
ARS Medica 4.
FLOYD ROBINSON — Transfer from Madrid
High School, Madrid, Spain; Spanish National
Honor Society 4; Spanish Club 4; Debate Club 4.
JOANN RODES — Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Vice-
President 3, Recording Secretary 4; Girls Ath-
letic Association 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Pres-
ident 4 ; Powder Puff 3,4 ; SCA Alternate Repre-
sentative 3; Student Teacher Basketball Game 3;
Intramural Basketball, Volleyball 2,3,4, Field
GLYNN ROGERS — Transfer from Havelock
High School ; Golf Team 3,4, Captain 3 ; Varsity
ELAINE ROOSENDAAL — Scepter Tri-Hi-Y
2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 2,3; Drill Team 3,4,
Co-Captain 4; SCA Representative 2; SCA Ex-
ecutive Council 3; Steering Committee 3; A Cap-
pel la 4; Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 4;
PEERAGE Staff 4.
DONALD ROULSTONE — Varsity Basketball
3,4; Varsity Track 3,4.
COITE RUDACIL — Future Farmers of Amer-
ica 2, Vice-President 2; Cavalier Hi-Y 3,4; Ten-
nis Team 3,4.
LESLIE RUSSELL — Keyette Club 2,3,4, Sec-
retary 3, Tidewater District President 4 ; Keyette
Convention 2,3,4; Ti-inity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Re-
porter 3,4; Model (ieneral Assembly Reporter 2;
Class Steering Committee 2,4; pAGE Staff 2,
Exchange Editor 2; Girls State 3; Columbia Un-
iversity Scholastic Press Convention 3; PEER-
AGE Staff 3,4, Co-Copy Editor 4; Princess
Anne WGH Correspondant 3,4; Student Colum-
nist for VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 2,3,
4; Cavalier Capers 2; SCA Executive Council 3;
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 3; Prom Com-
mittee 4; Proi)hecy Committee 4; Intramural
Field Hockey Team 4.
FRANCES SANSONE — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3,4.
FRANCES SAWYER — A Cappella 1; Library
Club 3; ARS Medica 4.
JERRY SCHAPPACHER — Swimming Team
MIKE SCHMIDT — Chess Club 2,3,4; Vice
President 3; Chess Team 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,
4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y
4; Pep Club 4; Spanish National Honor Society 4.
CAROL SCHOFER — Transfer from East High
School, Green Bay, Wisconsin; PEERAGE Staff
3; French National Honor Society 3,4; Scepter
Tri-Hi-Y 4 ; National Honor Society 4.
CHARLES SHUFORD — School Spirit Com-
mittee 2; Honor Court Judge 2; Steering Com-
SHERRELL SCHULER — Spanish Club 2,3;
Di-ill Team 3,4 ; Homeroom Vice-President 4.
RALPH SEERY — Varsity Football 2,3,4; Var-
sity Club 3,4.
SHARON SEYMORE —Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3;
Class Steering Committee 2,3; Distributive Ed-
LARRY SHEETS — Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4; Chess
DAVID SHONERD — SCA Representative 1;
Latin Club 3.
STEVE SIEGFRIED — Sigma Phi Hi-Y 2,3,4.
WILLIAM SIMPSON — Basketball Manager 2;
Varsity Club 3,4.
DOROTHY SISSON — Junior Varsity Cheer-
leader 2; Powder Puff Football Game 3; Quo
Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 3,4 ; Cavalier Capers 2.
CHARLOTTE SKAGGS — Pep Club 3,4, Re-
BARBARA SMITH — Miss Princess Anne Con-
test 1 ; Future Homemakers of America 1 ; Home-
room Treasurer 3 ; Distributive Education 1.
GAIL SMITH — Future Homemakers of Amer-
MICHAEL D. SMITH — SCA Representative 4;
Varsity Club 3,4 ; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4 ; Varsity
MICHAEL T. SMITH — National Spanish Hon-
or Society 3,4.
SUZANNE SMITH — Transfer from Annapo-
lis, High School; Future Teacher of America 3,
4; Girls Athletic Association 3; French Nation-
al Honor Society 4 ; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4.
MARLISSEE SNUFFIN — Future Homemak-
ers of America 2,3 ; Drill Team 3,4.
DIANE SNYDER — Drama Club; Director of
Senior Plays 2,3; Director of Faculty Play 2;
National Thespians 3,4, Vice-President 4 ; Home-
room Secretary-Treasurer 3,
CAROL SPENCER — Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4,
Co-Chaplain 3, President 4; Future Nurses 2,3,
Treasurer 3; Powder Puff Football 3; SCA
Representative 3,4; SCA Co-Parliamentarian 4;
National Honor Society 4 ; Debate Team 4.
WARREN SPENCER — Cavalier Hi-Y 3,4;
Reporter 3 ; Spanish Club 3,4.
RONNIE SPRINDLE — Golf Team; Sigma Phi
PAMSTADLER— Keyette Club 2,3; Future
Nurses Club 2,3 ; SCA Representative 2.
BUTCH STAMM — Junior Varsity Basketball
2; Varsity Basketball 3; Distributive Education
PEGGY STARKE — Steering Committee 2;
Pep Club 4.
BENJI STEVERSON — Transfer from No-
view High School; Homeroom Vice-President 3;
Class Steering Committee 3,4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y
3,4, Sergeant at Arms 4 ; Mascot of Scepter Tri-
CATHERINE STEVERART — Future Home-
makers of America ; National Thespians Society.
PAM STOKES — Art Club 1 ; Cavalier Capers 2 ;
Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; ARS Medica 4.
SUE STREW — Drill Team 2,3,4, Squad Lead-
er 4 ; Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Reporter 4 ; Steer-
ing Committee 3 ; Future Nurses Club 4.
ROSE SULLIVAN — Cavalier Capers 2; Scep-
ter Tri-Hi-Y 4.
KATHI SWENSON — Junior Civitan Club 4;
Distributive Education Club 4.
SUSAN TAYLOE — A Cappella 2,3,4; Trinity
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; SCA Representative 2,3; SCA
Executive Council 3; Homeroom Secretary 3.
PRESTON TAYLOR — Bible Club 3, President
3 ; Distributive Education Club 3.
CAROL THOMSON — Future Business Lead-
ers 3; Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Parlimentarian
4 ; Girls Athletic Association 4.
ELIZABETH THOMAS — Future Business
Leaders of America 3,4, Parliamentarian 4.
SYLVIA THOMAS — Future Homemakers of
America 3,4 ; Chorus 2,3 ; A Cappella 4.
JANET THOMPSON — Drill Team 2,3, Squad
Leader 3; Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 3,
President 4; Vice-President of Homeroom 2;
Keyette Club 4 ; National Honor Society 4.
TERYL THORNTON — Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,
4, Reporter 4; Future Nurses Club 3,4; PAGE
Staff 3,4, Feature Editor 4 ; Pep Club 3 ; Tri-Hi-
Y Retreat 3.
REBECCA TIMMERMAN — Band 1,2,8,4, As-
sistant Section Leader 4 ; Ars Medica 4.
JAMES TODD — Glee Club 1 ; Manager Basket-
ball, Football, Track 2,3,4; Latin Club 3; Var-
sity Club 3,4.
PAM TOMPKINS — Transfer from Saint
Mary's Academy; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Sec-
retary 3, Vice-President 4; Keyette Club 2,3,4,
Parliamentarian 3, Vice-President 4 ; Homeroom
Treasurer 2; SCA Representative 3,4; Girls State
3 ; National Honor Society 4.
JAMES TREAKLE JR. — Key Club 2,3,4, Sec-
retaiy 3, President 4, Convention 2,3,4; Powder
Puff Cheerleader 3.
ARTHUR TUCKER — Freshman Football 1;
Junior Varsity Football Team 2; Swimming-
Team 3 ; Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 3 ; Cav-
alier Hi-Y 3,4, Reporter 4.
BEVERLY TUCKER — Transfer from Tidewa-
BILL TURNER — Junior Varsity Baseball 1;
Junior Varsity Wrestling 2; Varsity Baseball 2,
3,4 ; Varsity Wrestling 3,4 ; Varsity Club 3,4.
NANCY TURPIN — Future Homemakers of
America 3,4, Vice-President 4 ; Pep Club 4.
KAREN TUTTLE — PAGE Staff 3,4; National
Honor Society 4 ; French National Honor Society
1,2,3; Theta tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Keyette
Club 2,3,4, Reporter 3; Secretary 4; Homeroom
Secretary 2; Homeroom Vice-President 4; SCA
Alternate Representative 1,2; SCA Executive
DENNY VALLIANOS — Sigma Phi Hi-Y 2,3,
4, Secretary 4, ICC Representative 3; Junior
Varsity Football 2; Cavalier Capers 2; Madri-
gals 4; A Cappella 3,4; SCA Representative 2;
Steering Committee 1 ; Key Club 4; SCA Al-
ternate Representative 4; SCA Executive Coun-
cil 3; PAGE Staff 3; FOLIO Staff 3; Hi-Y Tri-
Hi-Y Conference 3; All State Chorus 3,4; Dra-
matics Club 2,3; National Thespians 4, Presi-
dent 4 ; Junior Ring Dance Committee 3.
MARIANNE VANNIEUWENHUISE — PAGE
Staff 3, CAVALIER FOLIO Editor 3; SCA
LINDA VARIOT — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Par-
CAROL VERLRUGGER — Transfer from Hill-
crest High School, South Carolina; Theta Tri-
MANDY VENNER — Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4;
Miller and Rhoades Convention 3; SIPA Con-
vention 3; PAGE Staff 3,4, News Editor 4;
French National Honor Society 4; SCA Repre-
DAVID VOOCHER — Future Business of Lead-
ers of America 3 ; Cavalier Capers 2.
LINDA WAGNER — Pep Club 2,3; School Spir-
it Committee 3,4; Distributive Education 4, Re-
RONALD WAGNER — Junior Varsity Basket-
ball 2 ; Varsity Golf Team 3.
ROBERT WALKER — Semper Paratus Hi-Y
DAVID WARD — Band 2,3,4.
SHARON WARD — Chess Club 1 ; Girls' Hockey
Team 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Virginia All State Band
BRENT WARFORD — Varsity Club 3,4; Jun-
ior Varsity Football 2; Junior Varsity Wrestling
2; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity Wrestling 3,4.
ERIC WAYNE — Spring Track 2; Cross Coun-
try 3,4 ; Varsity Club 3,4.
CAROLYN WEBER — SCA Representative 3;
Science Club 4.
CLAUDIA WELCH — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4.
NICK WERLE — Science Club 2,3,4; Chess
DEAN WESTON — Future Business Leaders of
America 2,3; Drill Team 3,4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y
SUZANNE WHEAT — French National Honor
Society 4. .
LINDA WHITE — Transfer from Aiken High
School, South Carolina.
MOLLY WHITE — Junior Varsity Cheerleader
2; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; SCA Alternate
Representative 4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Chap-
lain 4; Model General Assembly 3; Steering Com-
mittee 2,4; Homeroom Vice-President 3; Tri-Hi-
Y Hi-Y Countil 4, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 4; Cav-
alier Capers 2.
LARRY WHITE — Band 1,2,3,4; National Thes-
pian Society 4.
THELMA WHITEHURST — Girls Athletic As-
sociation 3,4, Treasurer 4; Powder Puff Foot-
ball 3,4 ; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4.
STEPHANIE WHITMAN — Transfer from
Millington Central High School.
BETSY WILDRIDGE — French National Hon-
or Society 3,4 ; Coronet Tri-Hi- Y3,4 ; Homeroom
Secretary-Treasurer 3; Homeroom Vice-Presi-
JEANNE WILKERSON — SCA Representative
4; Distributive Education Club 3,4, District
Treasurer 3 ; Treasurer 4.
LESLIE WILL — Transfer from Barstow, Cal-
ifornia ; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4.
HARVEY WILLETT — Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4 ; Vice-
President of Homeroom 4.
IRENE WILLIAMS — Future Business Lead-
ers of America 2 ; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3,4.
JOHN WILLIAMS — SCA Representative 2;
Junior Senior Basketball Game 3.
NANCY WILLIAMS — Pep Club 2,3; Nation-
al Thespians Society 4; Cavalier Capers 2; Fu-
ture Homemakers of America 4.
ROBERT WILLIAMS — Baseball Team 2,3,4;
Varsity Club 3,4.
ALWEIN VAN DER WILLIGEN — Transfer
Student ; French National Honor Society 4.
H.B. WILLIFORD — Transfer from John A.
Holmos High School.
JACQUELINE WILLIS — Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,
4, Secretary 4; Norfolk Tri-Hi-Y Hi-Y Council
4, Chaplain 4; Drill Team 3,4, Co-Captain 4;
Pep Club 4; Secretary Treasurer of Homeroom
2; Homeroom Vice-President 3; SCA Represent-
MARILYN JOANNE WILLS — Transfer from
Natural Bridge High School.
RICHARD WILLS — Band 1,2,3,4.
CONNIE WINFIELD — Homeroom Secretary-
Treasurer 2,4; Future Teachers of America 3,4.
CHERYL WILSON — Athena Tri-Hi-Y
INGRID WILSON — Transfer from Athens,
FRIEDA WILSON — Steering Committee 2;
Future Nurses of America 3; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y
MARCELLA WITKIERWICZ — Future Teach-
ers of America 4; Spanish National Honor Socie-
JEANE WOOD — Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 2; Fu-
ture Homemakers of America 2; Future Nurses
of America 3,4.
SUSAN WRIGHT — Distributive Education
TOMMY YANCY — Key Club 2,3,4, Board Di-
rector 3; Junior Varsity Basketball 2,3, Co-
Captain 3; Boys State 3; SCA Representative
3; Steering Committee 4; Scholastic Team 2;
National Latin Exam Award 2,3.
LEIGHTON YATES — Transfer from Lake-
land High School, Lakeland, Florida; Key Club
3,4 ; Spanish National Honor Society 4.
REBECCA BLANKENSHIP — Junior Varsity
Cheerleader 2; Steering Committee 2; Varsity
Cheerleader 8,4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; "Keyette
Club 3,4; Miss Princess Anne Contest 3; Girls
State 3; National Honor Society 4; SCA Secre-
tary 3; Powder Puff Football 3; Homecoming-
BILL BOWES — Varsity Football 3,4 ; Varsity
Basketball 2,3,4; Varsity Baseball 2,3,4; SCA Al-
ternate 4; Coronet Mascot 4; Varsity Club 3,4.
DIANE DAVIDSON — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 2; The-
ta Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Sergeant at Arms 3; Steering
Committee 2; Powder Puff Football 3; Girls Ath-
letic Association 3, Parliamentarian 3; Keyette
Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Honor Court Judge 3,4.
BRIDGETT EDWARDS — Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3;
Library Club 3, President 3 ; Future Teachers of
JOYCE FINCHER — Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4,
Sergeant at Arms 4.
JIMMY GARRETT — Junior Varsity Football
1; Varsity Club 1,2; Varsity Football 1,2; Home-
room Treasurer 4.
DON HEWETT — Cavalier Hi-Y 3,4; Band 2,3.
JUDY HODGES — Homeroom Treasurer 2,
SCA Representative 3,4, Alternate 1, PAGE
Staff 3,4, News Editor 3, Business Manager 4;
Junior Varsity Cheei'leader 3; Coronet Ti i-Hi-Y
3,4, Reporter 4; School Correspondent to Led-
ger Star 3,4; Ring Dance Decoration Committee
3; Columbia Scholastic Press Convention .'5.
TOM JACKSON — Junior Varsity Football 2;
Baseball 2,3,4; Varsity Football 3; Vai-sity Club
3,4; Steering Committee 3; Distributive Educa-
tion Club 4.
JOE PECCIA — Freshman Football 1; -lunior
Varsity Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4; Junior
Varsity Wrestling 3; SCA Rei)resentativo 1;
French National Honor Society 1.
JEANETTE ROBINETTE — Athena Tri-Hi-Y
2,3,4, Sergeant at Arms 3, Corresponding Secre-
tary 4; Annual Staff 4; French National Honor
SHERRY SLOAN — Distributive Education
RICHARD SPENCE — Steering Committee 2;
SCA Representative 3, Alternate 2; Key Club 3;
Varsity Club 3,4; ARS Medica 4 : Freshman Foot-
ball 1; Junior Varsity Football 2; \'ai-sity Foot-
ball 2,3; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Varsity
Basketball 2,3,4 ; Varsity Ti-ack 2.
RANDALL WEIBEL — PAGE Staff 3; Cava-
lier Folio 3, Business Manager 3; PAGE Staff 4,
Editor-in-Chief 4; Spanish National Honor So-
OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1965: Bill Montez, President; Martha
Davis, Treasurer; Frances Pollock, Vice-President; Peggy Mannen, Sec-
Each year of high school has its time-honored traditions. The
junior year is no exception. Memories of the Junior Ring Dance
include the first stare at that wonderful status symbol, the Sen-
ior Class ring. Although the Class of 1965 did not win the
traditional Junior-Senior Powderpuff Football Game, it provok-
ed enthusiasm and class spirit. At the Junior-Senior Assembly,
the Juniors received the Last Will and Testament from their
graduating classmates. This custom marks the end of the Junior
year and heralds the following fall when they will be the "glori-
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Pete Sachon, Vice-
President ; Yvette Carpenter, President ; Kathy Buurma,
Secretary ; and Carolyn Annas, Treasurer.
The Sophomore year is a very decisive year. Stu-
dents must adjust themselves to the rigorous de-
mands of high school. Leaders must step forward
to guide their classmates to success. And most im-
portant, the Class itself must set its aims and goals
for the next two years.
The Cavaliers should be proud of the Class of
1966; for, indeed, its members have become a valu-
able asset to Princess Anne High School.
Edwin Beach um
Mary Lynn Flowers
Ruth Anne Oliver
Bobby Whit beck
Mary Lee Wig^jfins
Dot Wit son
One of the dubious privileges of being a sophomore — dissecting a crayfish.
"Maybe this crayfish will take me to the Candy Cane Ball."
The ENVIRONMENT of activities enables the student to en-
rich his personality and knowledge. In the relaxed atmosphere
of extracurricular organizations, many relationships develop
which are not possible in the classroom. Members get to know
each other better. Students work and learn without the false
stimulus of grades. Sponsors and students become friends. Ev-
ery student needs the experience of cooperative creativity which
Classes are the chief element of the atmosphere of Princess
Anne High School. Because of varying capabilities and person-
alities, each class offers new opportunities. During each learning
experience, students gather facts and methods which help them
to assume positions of adult responsibility. •
CLASSES . . . TEACHERS . . .
AND . . . SLEEPING.
SCA Officers are Jane Harrison, Vice-President;
Don Smith, President; Suzy Blankenship, Secre-
tary; Anne Heflin, Treasurer.
STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
Under the guidance of Mr. E. E. Cox, Coun-
seling Sponsor, the SCA has undertaken various
original and traditional projects. The SCA's
third foreign exchange student. Tine Olsen of
Norway, has impressed all who have met her
with her friendliness and conversational ease.
In the fall the SCA sponsored the Homecoming
Festivities and a Hootenanny featuring school
and local talent. During Exchange Day, each
school in the Norfolk area was invited to send
two delegates to Princess Anne to spend the
day. The E. E. Cox Scholarship, Honor Week,
and contributions to CARE helped students to
cultivate high standards.
Council President Don Smith represented the
SCA at the State Summer Workshop. Princess
Anne also sent delegates to the District SCA
Convention at Oscar Smith High, the State Con-
ference at Longwood, the Miller and Rhodes
Forum in Roanoke, and the Foreign Exchange
Student Forum in Richmond.
The SCA has merited the respect of the stu-
dent body in 1963-64 and looks forward to con-
The Honor Council is composed of Diane Davidson, Anne Heflin, Jim Landis, Linda
Howell, Karen Parker, Martha Davis, and Frances Pollock.
My parents and I would like to tell our deepest condolence to
President Kennedy's assassination. You know I never like writing
the former President Kennedy. I never realized that a single per-
son's death could make such a big stir and sensation all over
the world. This illustrates how much Mr. JFK was admired and
loved by the people regardless of nationality. It was seven o'clock
in the morning when I first heard the news. (He was killed at four
o'clock in the morning by Japan time.) I was at home for three-days
off after a mid-term exam. In that morning (Saturday) my
father came upstairs and knocked the door of my room saying,
"President Kennedy was assassinated." I never believed him and
thought and hoped he was just kidding, but he sounded much more
serious than usual so I turned on the radio by my bedside and
jumped up from the bed at that moment. I went down to the living-
room where the T.V. screen was showing the scenes of the Presi-
dent's assassination. I never forgot that my body was trembling
and my heart was beating so hard.
We were, for the first time, receiving the living T.V. news from
the States by the help of Telstar on that day. We were supposed
to hear the speech of the President, prepared before hand commemo-
ting the first broadcasting from the U.S.A. to Japan, but it was
canceled and unbearable news reached our T.V.'s in Japan. It was
too terrible and too shocking to Japanese people. I just don't
understand how come such a thing can possibly happen in Ameri-
ca, which is the mother country of Democracy. National Broad-
rating the first broadcasting from the U.S.A. to Jai)an, but it was
Kennedy on that day. I found tears in my grandmother's eyes.
This morning, I got up five o'clock and watched the funeral in,
Washington, D. C. Please remember my family, my friends, and
everybody in Japan felt so much inty for his death.
Foreign exchange student Tine Olsen reads
a letter from Yasuto Kajuju, last year's for-
eign exchange student from Japan.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Mary Fran Hughes
Sandra Parke and Bonnie Caravvan, Co-Business Managers
After spending many pleasant (and a very few not so
pleasant) hours in the annual room, the 1964 PEERAGE
Staff is able to review their work with pride and pleasure.
The Staff sincerely hopes that the 1964 PEERAGE will
bring to life for PA students that "glorious" year — 1964.
Mary Fran Hughes
Peerage photographers include Phil Ryan, Linwood Respesi, Larry Dowdy, Bob Rooks,
and Stanley Calhoun.
The Princess Anne PAGE simultaneously keeps stu-
dents informed and provides training for those who
plan to enter the field of journalism. Special instruc-
tion is offered to staff members during SIPA in Lexing-
ton and CSPA in New York.
Few students know the process of transferring the
spoken word to print. After the reporters gather news
and write features, they are typed, proofread, and copy
read. The PAGE owns an IBM machine which will tell
precisely how to type the columns, to make the margins
even. The copy is retyped and laid out on pieces of card-
board one and one half times the size of the original
paper. Then the PAGE goes to the print shop, where a
photostatic negative of the paper is made. The letters
are burned into a sheet of aluminum which is attached
to the press. After printing, the staff must avoid stu-
dents who want sneak previews. During distribution,
ROTO magazines are enclosed in the PAGE.
Editor Randy Weibel and faculty sponsor Miss
Pavlides discuss an issue of the PAGE.
PAGE staff members for the first semester
are (Left to Right) Marianne Vanieuwenhuise;
Anne Beazley, Exchange Editor; John Bevel,
Sports Editor; Teryl Thornton. Feature Edi-
tor; Jim Turner; Randy Weibel, Editor-in-chief;
Mandy Venner, News Editor; Judy Hodges,
Business Manager (not pictured) Larry Dowdy,
Photographer; Kathy Grayson, Circulation
(Above) The Second Semester Page Staff is (Front row)
Randy Weibel, Business Manager; John Bevel, Layout Editor;
Billy Payne, Co-Feature Editoi-; Stu McC'ausland, Sports Edi-
tor; Le Roy Butler, Editorial Writer; (Back row) Anne Beaz-
ley, Co-Feature Editor; Lennie Punsalan, Exchange Editor;
Sharon Infield, Exchange Editor; Mandy Venner, Editor-in-
Chief; Judy Hodges, News Editor. (Right) Judy Hodges and
John Bevel work on last minute layout. (Below) The Page has
finally gone to press.
Key Club officers are (top row) Whit Martin, Secretary; Jay
Ferg-uson, Senior Board Member; Buddy Treakle, President;
Ricky Dunnington, Treasurer; (bottom row) Don Smith, Vice-
president; and Bruce Brinkley, Junior Board Member.
Since the first year of its organization, the Key
Club has been one of Princess Anne's most out-
standing service clubs.
The Key Club's purposes are to give service to
the school and community and to promote lead-
ership qualities. Among its many yearly projects,
the Key Club sponsors the publication of the stu-
dent directory, the student-faculty banquet, and
the Roland B. Woodson scholarship.
What better way to raise money than a friendly
little game of Five Card Draw?
Upper classmen look over underclassman Yvette Carpenter.
Left to right: Norman Jones, Terry McCoy, Leighton Yates, Mac
Newton, Larry Legum, Chuck Midkiff, Tommy Adams, Danny
Childress, Buddy Treakle, Tommy Yancy, Whit Martin, Russ
Howell, Jay Ferguson, Lenny Ransdell, Jack Burkhart, Don
Smith, Dick Foss, and Lari-y Hightower.
Underclassmen: (top row) Ben Ward, David Grochnial, Bob Lee, Tommy Coates, Rick Dunnington, and Keith Barton; (not pic-
Richard Vance, Bruce Brinkley, Chuck Brinkley, Mike Gariott, tured) John Ford, Gary McMahan, Bill Montez.
and Geoff Edelman; (bottom row) Rick Wolfe, Henry Yancey,
The Princess Anne Key-
ette Club, an honorary sei*v-
ice organization, has
achieved distinguished rec-
ognition for its school and
community service projects.
Keyette members are
chosen on the basis of char-
a c t e r, scholastic achieve-
ment, and motivation.
Each year, the PA Key-
ettes sponsor the "Miss Prin-
cess Anne Pageant" in order
to award a scholarship to a
deserving senior Keyette.
Senior Keyettes form a lovely "K." Left back to front are Tine Olsen, Janet Thomp-
son, Betty Martin, Brenda Eason, Diane Davidson, Suzy Blankenship, Lynn Oliver,
Karen Tuttle, and Carol Blythe; Right back to front: Ann Heflin, Cecilia Gerloff,
Leslie Russell, Jane Harrison, Sandra McNeill, Linda Howell, Pam Kerber, Kathy
Kamps, and Pam Tompkins.
Leslie Russell, Tidewater District President, Sandra McNeill, Na-
tional Corresponding Secretary, and Lynn Oliver, National Pres-
ident, discuss Keyette projects.
Keyette officers kick off to a year of successful projects. Left loff, President; Pam Tompkins, Vice-President; Michele Schmidt,
to right are Karen Tuttle, Secretary; Martha Davis, Junior Board Parliamentarian; Ann Heflin, Senior Board Member; Diane
Member; Jennifer Camper, District Representative; Cecilia Ger- Davidson, Treasurer.
Junior Keyettes include Linda Hendrickson, Gloria Brinkley, Sal-
ly Wilson, Linda Whitlow, Martha Davis, Karen Parker, Pam
McKitrick, Jean Kelly, Marsha Pierce, Francie Pollack, Bobbi
King, and Nancy O'Brien.
The 1964 Miss Princess Anne Beauty Pageant
broke several records. For the first time in its
existence of four years, the pageant was pre-
sented to an audience of over six hundred people.
For the second time in three years, a sophomore
was crowned as "Miss Princess Anne." And still
another record was broken. This was the first
time in three years that a member of the Class
of 1964 did not reign over the pageant.
Miss Abby Hilton, first runner-up. Crowns Miss Yvette Car-
penter "Miss Princess Anne."
At a cost of over $200, the club donated seven 4' by 6' photo-
graphs to the school. Officers admiring one of the reproductions
are Richard McAndrew, President; Kathy Hug-g'ins, Vice-Presi-
dent; Vic Gregor, Treasurer; Barbara Bailey, Secretary.
Civitan girls prepared plentiful refreshments for
the party after the Installation of Officers.
In cooperation with Civitan International, the club's
largest project was the annual sale of Claxton fruit-
cakes. At least 20 pounds per member were dis-
tributed after a Thursday afternoon meeting.
Encouraging good citizenship is the purpose
of Junior Civitan Club. Fellowship and an op-
portunity to serve school and community are
benefits enjoyed by members. One meeting per
month was devoted to a guest speaker. Mrs.
Humphries, the first speaker, gave little known,
valuable information concerning college appli-
cation. Club members regularly visited Holmes
Convalescent Home and gave ])atients Halloween,
Valentine, and Easter favors. The Homecoming
float, "Seven at One Blow" was the product of
hard work by club members and Mr. W. Hatter.
This club has proved that fun and work can be
7<^e JUNIOK CIVITAJN CREED
/ am a Junior Civilan
I stand for good cilizciishij) in my lionic,
my schooJ and my community.
I believe in my school, its faculty, its stand •
ards of scholarship, fithletics and conduct.
Kelieving in ihem, I pledge myself to be a
good citizen of my High School.
I believe in the government of my country
and my community, and pledge myself at
all times to be a loyal citizen and respect
I believe in the destiny of my country and
knowing that the future of this nation is
dependent upon the strength and courage
of her people, I pledge myself to live c clean
I believe that true friendship is the greatest
asset any person can possess, and I pledge
myself to be worlliv of mciiihci sliip in
Junior Civitan a I all times.
1 believe thai the success of any organiza-
tion is dependent upon the efforts of its
members and that the members in turn arc
benefited in proportion to their interest and
efforts. Therefore I further pledge myself
to support whole-heartedly the club's pro-
gram and its ideals.
MY CREED was proclaimed by the Man
of Galilee when he declared: "Whatsoever
you would that men should do to you, do
ye even so to them."
MY PLEDGE is to practice this Golden
Rule; to make it pay dividends both ma-
terial and spiritual; to bridge with it the
road to better understanding between facul-
ty, sponsor and student; to build upon it a
finer and nobler citizenship.
Members are (Front Row) Linda Mays, Janice Jolley, Caroline
Armstrong, Becky Sparpus, Cynthia McPherson; (Second Row)
Rosemarie Lugro, Goldie Lang, Kathy Hugg-ins, Dee Midgett, Bar-
bara Bailey; (Third Row) Mike Petrakos, Wavne Malbon, Ii"vin
Bush, Richard McAndrew, Skip Reed, Bill Ashley, Roger Pea-
cock, Rodney Pennington; (Fourth Row) Bob Palombo, Andy
Molodovitch, Van Presson.
The purpose of PA's Varsity
Club is to establish a firm rela-
tionship between athletes of all
sports. Boys eligible for Varsity
membership have obtained a mo-
nogram in one of Princess
Each year, the lettermen spon-
sor Geek Week and the Geek
Week dance. Traditionally, the
Varsity Club is responsible for
the Homecoming Queen's float
in the Homecoming parade.
Junior lettermen are Taz Cox (kneeling), Bill Montez, Bill Brice,
Don Fisher, and Dave Daniels.
Sergeant at Arms
I^eft to right. Varsity "goats" including (First Row) Dough Bayse, Chuck Brinkley,
Richard King, Charlie Coulborn, (Second Row) Bill Kibbler, Dave Ahles, John Day,
Glynn Rodgers, Gary McMahon, John Craig, Lou Paulson, Joe Peccia.
Senior Varsity members include (F'irst Row), Don
Smith (note display of brawn), Bill Simpson, Larry
Hightower, Kay Hinton; (Second Row) Butch Seery,
Fred (iray, Bobby Williams, Hill Turner, Eric Wayne
(Third Row) Charlie ( arr, liichard Spense, Bob Haley
Danny Childress, and Ron Stabler.
Mary Fran Hughes
Jeanne Carryl Marshall
Madrigal Singers gather around their director, Mr. Clark Graves,
(girls) Martha Davis, Marie Amnions, Pam McKitrick, Cathy-
Carson, Jeanne Carrol Marshall, Donna Lawson, Pat Fink, Joann
Horeis, and Elaine McGee, (boys) Richard Springle, Gary For-
rest, Robby Pittman, Earl Neal, Ronnie Morrison, and Wally
Winning the reputation of accomplished musicians, the Madi'i-
gal singers have concentrated on music of Sixteenth Century
Euro])e. The Madrigals have been the guest of the Cavalier Hotel,
the Pine Tree Inn, and the Richmond Teachers' Conference. The
Madrigals were honored to be the first group from Princess
Anne to sing at the March of Dimes Ball.
The Princess Anne High School Band has de-
veloped its knowledge, appreciation, and skill
in music. This fact is proved by the many per-
formances and honors received by the band.
Ever since the opening of the school, the band
has earned an Excellent or Superior rating in
State Festivals, as well as many marching tro-
Many band members won a place in All-State
Bands. The achievement most appreciated by
the student body is the half-time shows at foot-
ball games. Two formal concerts and parades
were included in the band's curriculum. The
Band not only helps its gifted members to realize
their full potential, it brings the entire student
body closer to an appreciation of the value of
BAND OFFICERS: Richard Vance, Drum
Major; Jeff Olsen, Co-Captain; Jennifer Cam-
per, Secretary-Treasurer; Marvin Ballard, Cap-
tain; Criss Bilby, Drill Sergeant; Mr. George
Bailey, Band Director; not pictured Edmond
de Bary, Librarian.
band is proud of trophies on display outside the band room.
Norman Akens Michael Borden
Keeley Backus Larry White
DRILL TEAM MEMBERS: (Co-Captain) Jackie Willis, (Captain)
Elaine Roosendaal; Ist row: Shirley Pratt, Carol Ralston, Joyce
Banta, Susan Macon, Liz Alligood, Dian Weston, Carol Bush,
Bobbi King, Gwen Van Pelt, Lynn Cowan, Marlisee Snuff in;
2nd row: Gail Smith, Diane Perry, Donna Young, Betty Harvey,
Linda Hendrickson, Susan Slagle, Holly Dearden, Angie Barlow.
Kathy Buurnia, Vicky Berkstresser, Petra Karn; 3rd row: Kathy
Overstreet, Beth Martin, Norma Felton, Phyllis Holt.
Every year the Princess Anne Drill Team
marches at PA's home football games, the Oys-
ter Bowl Parade, and the Music Festival Parade.
However, this year has been a year for changes
and promotion of school spirit. Drill Team mem-
bers changed their name to Cavalettes and in-
creased the size of the team to sixty-six mem-
Cavalette Squad Leaders
bers. In order to create more spirit, the girls
divided into smaller groups and marched for
the basketball team.
Social events for the girls included pajama
parties and a trip to Washington, D.C. In order
to raise money for the trip, members sold candles
and Christmas corsages.
Jackie Willis, Co-Captain and Elaine Roo-
Promotion of school spirit is the Pep Club's
prime objective. Throughout the year, these
school spirited students sponsor pep rallies and
bonfires" to increase the Cavalier Spirit.
Pep Club officers form a "V" for Cavalier victory. They are (left
to right) Priscilla Johnson, Sergeant-at-arms; Charlotte Skag-gs,
Reporter; Patsy Rushing, Secretary; Brenda Eason, Treasurer;
Patsy Roach, President; Jean Kelly, Vice-President; Martha Davis,
Chaplain; Rae Konin, Historian; Linda Whitlow, Parliamentarian.
Old Members: (Top row) Pam Cornett, Barbara
Flowers, Diane Evans, Nancy Pate, Lynn John-
son, Rae Konin, Donna York, Charlotte Skaggs,
Margaret Wright; (Second row) Jane Wynne,
Janis Ziemer, Diane Eatman, Melody Rucks, Bar-
bara Robinson, Nancy Miller, Kathy Stancil, Pat-
sy Rushing, Brenda Eason; (Third row) Joanne
Smith, Carol Magorosi, Shirley Bowden, Mike
Schmidt, Don Smith, Patsy Roach, Priscilla John-
son. Sharon Austin, Glenice Emmons.
Don Smith and Mike
show their "V" for
New Members: (Top row) Barbara Benson, Cath yMiller, Dianne Brady, Dianne Ford,
Cindy Mills, Junie Wright, Lorry Smith, Nancy Turpin, Helen Perry, Milyn Miller,
Pat Ashley; (Second row) Eileen Jagneaux, Barbara Smith, Beth Martin, Dolly Mayo,
Melany Smith, Susan Schrappe, Linda Bertinett, Linda Shorts, Yvonne Fancher, Pat
Odom, Peggy Honeycutt, (Third row) Chris Fallwell Jeanette Bright, Brenda Major,
Linda Tingle, Mike Schmidt, Don Smith, Judy Pollard, Mary Foy, Tana Lane.
The main purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association
is to encourage high school girls to participate in intra-
mural athletics. The most popular of these is the annual
Powder Puff Football Game between the junior and
senior girls. This year, gridiron girls of the Class of
64 won the Powder Puff game for the second year
in a row.
GAA officers are (left to riRht) JoAnn Rodes, Presi-
dent; Thelma Whitehurst, Treasurer; Melyn Miller,
Reporter; Cathy Hass, Secretary; and Pat Ingram,
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
(Top row) Sharon McCathy, Sue VanAtta, (Second row) Carolyn (Top row) Dee Midget, Kulie Nichols, Peggy Golding; (Second
McClerney, Peggy Mannen, Karen Parker; (Third row) Judy row) Billie Hartley, Gail Nielson; (Third row) Alma Landolph,
Moore, Juhanna Mannen, Betty Wilhelm; (Fourth row) Sharon Cathy Hass, Pat Rosele; (Fourth row) JoAnn Rodes, Melyn
Kelly Pat Wilhs; (Fifth row) Margaret Price, Delores O'Dell, Miller; (Bottom row) Jean Austin, Sherry Caldwell, and JoAnne
Charlene Dunn; (First row) Yvonne Fancher, Terry Flowers. Austin
Members of Ars Medica are (Front Row) Pam
Stokes, Karen Parker, Mary Ontjes, Debbie
Clark, Tina Hall, Alice Freve; (Second Row) Lin-
da Longworth, Pam Nuckols, Shirley Fantone,
Janae White, Sheila Mulinax, Linda While, Bar-
bara Holland, Patsy Roach, Bill Williams; (Third
Row) Linwood Repess, Robert Webb, Gary Pin-
ion, Paul Long, Bobby Childers, Vern Meyer,
Chuck Midkiff, Bruce Brinkley, Larry Legum, and
Ars Medica officers are: Vern Mey-
er, President; Bobby Childers, Vice-
President; and Robert Webb, Sec-
Spanish National Honor Society Members are (Front Row) Ran-
dy Weibel, Peggy Morgan, Sara Bond, Lisa Ander, Cheryl Hoel,
Mike Schmidt; (Second Row) Linda Armstrong, Donna Saund-
ers, Debbie Ford, Nancy Shea, Linda Bohlander, Donna Englett;
(Third Row) Leighton Yates, Doris Odell, Phoebe Penzold, Bar-
bara Riley, President; Linda Whitlow, Secretary-Treasurer; Shar-
on Kelly, (iarol Magyorosi, Nancy Pate, Pat Falletta, and Richard
Spanish isn't on Bill Montez's mind. Who is? Left to right: Mr. Oscar Rodri-
quez. Sponsor; Mike Schmidt, President; Bill Montez, Vice-President; Charlene
Davila, Reporter; Kathy Hupf^ins, Secretary, (not pictured): Edith Jones, Treas-
The Spanish Club has recre-
ated some of the sj)ecial occa-
sions enjoyed in Spanish-speak-
ing countries. The Pinata Party
at Christmas was the most fes-
tive event of the year. Authentic
Spanish food was served to
members during dinners at
Spanish restaurants in the area.
Spanish Club members include (First Row) Bill Montez, Kathy
Craig, Judy Briers, Linda Doran, Nancy Pate, Pefrpry Mornan,
Kathy Davis, Mike Schmidt, (Second Row) Kathy Cadden, Judy
Clayton, Essie Street, Sharon Kelly, Linda Henderson, Charlene
Davila, Kathy Hufrprins, Kathv Nichols, Suzanne Ciamhill, Mitzi
Gatewood, Bill Graybrook (Third Row) Edith Jones, Sandy Chal-
mers, Cathy Hass, Wally ("ozart, Mr. Rodriguez, Kathy Sabin
Nancy Shea, Bob Buchanon, Warren Spencer.
These French National Honor Society members are hinting for a
free plane trip to Paris. (First Row) Candi Etheridge, Susie
Smith, Gary Braswell, Ray Thomas; (Second Row) Miss Salle
(Sponsor) Linda Hudson, Suzanne Wheat, Jeanette McDonald,
Jean Kellev. Mary Fran Hughes, Susan Kelly, Judy Hodges, Carol
Bush, Alvine Vander Villigin, Miss Loth (Sponsor); (Third Row)
Linda Beard, Syble Lewis, Karen Adkins, Darlene Parish, Carol
Paulsen, Kathy Kamps, Elizabeth Owen, Jackie Smith, Jane
Harrison Mandy Venner.
FRENCH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Officers of the French National Honor Society are Mary Fran
Hughes, Parliamentarian; Kathy Kamps, Secretary; Carol Bush,
President, Carol Paulson, Treasurer; Jean Kelly, (not pictured)
Members of the French National Honor
Society tiy to capture the individualism and
sensitivity of the French people. Some of the
eighty-eight native French in the area have
spoken to the club. Authentic French food
was served at the annual banquet. Meetings
conducted in French give these honor stu-
dents an opportunity to increase their fluency
in the language.
To create a greater interest in Latin, to
study Roman culture and histoiy are the con-
trolling objectives in the Latin Club. With the
knowledge these students already possess,
they try to discover the unique significance
Latin has in their own lives.
Latin Club Officers are Kathy Davis, President; Gail Variot, Vice-
President; Flobert Johnson, Secretary; and Tim Finchem, Treasurer.
Latin Club members are (Front Row) Ernest Davis, Barbara Causland. John Maxwell, Margaret Sawyer, David Puryear, Bill
Holland, Gail Variot, Flobert Johnson, Beverly Wells, Lana Lub- Payne, Tim Finchem, Kathy Davis, Sandy Dowdy, Perry Han-
inov, and Margie Banks; (Second Row) Ray Boetcher, Stuart Mc- neman, Edith Davis, Debbie Clark, and Marsha Overby.
Members of National Thespians are (First Row) Brenda Suggs,
Pat Campbell, Judi Flower, Miss Degenhardt, (sponsor), Denny
Valianos, Diane Stevens, Majorie Kingsley (Second Row) Lauri
Heilman, Kay Williams, Kathy Stewart, Elaine Hamlett, Linda
Higginbotham, Christine Hemming, (Third Row) Paul Long, Eric
Honour, Larry White, Tommy Vance, Da\^e Willett, Bruce Brink-
ley, Duane O'Neal, Chuck Midkiff.
Other members are: Pat McMullen, Jeanne Moore, Marianne
lanuzzi, Jan Jennings, Janice Ermen, Grace Grier, Carol West,
Jeanette Inge, Caroline Armstrong (Second Row) Norman Akens
Richard Springle, Jeff Olson, Chris Bilby, Bill Garrett, Scott
Slocum, Steve Munsen, John Dale, and Buddy Matney.
FHA officers look over PA's most eligible bachelor's
MG. They are Linda Havens, President; Nancy Turpin,
Vice-President; Jennifer Becker, Secretary; Linda Dan-
iel, Historian; Susan Daves, Treasurer; Delores O'Dell,
Mrs. Mary Sue Spencer, Sponsor.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
The very active Future Homemakers
of America contribute to the joys and
satisfactions of family living. Being a
good family member is a part of citi-
zenship. As good citizens, FHA mem-
bers strive to make Virginia safe and
beautiful, to know and understand
their neighbors, and to participate in
civil defense. Their diversified projects
include making gifts for a convalescent
home, placing roses in a church during
FHA Week, a faculty tea, and a con-
tribution to CARE.
Back Kow: Kay Williams. Vera Pennington,
Judy Palmer, Sylvia Thomas, Gail Smith,
Elaine Parkinson, Barbara McClellan; Front
Row: Linda Havens, Betty Ackiss, Paula
Jean Coussens, Melody Rucks, Judy Clifton,
Front Kow: Gail Boone, Maureen William,
Mary Wiggins, Linda Swisher, Ruth Hall,
Linda Daniels; Second Row: Diane Evans,
Carol Riden, Eileen Hearsum, Carolyn Mc-
Clenny, Mable Davis, Sandy Mills; Third
Row: Elizabeth Parker, Judy Miller, Rose-
mary Baer, Judy Rood, Susan Slagle, Lynn
Hodges, Jo Anna Smelser, Judy Harnagel,
Back Row: Diann Evans, Carol Riden, Eileen
Hearsum, Carolyn McClenny, Edith Davis,
The Future Business Leaders of America
Club is composed of business students at Prin-
cess Anne. Each year the club members parti-
cipate in several local and national conven-
tions and contests.
This year members attended the Regional
Convention at Old Dominion College and the
State Convention in Roanoke, Virginia.
Exhibits, spelling, scrapbook, and bulletin
board contests give the members a chance to
enter into competition.
Other activities of the year are participa-
tion in Homecoming and electing a represen-
tative for the Miss FBLA contest. The title
of this year's float was "Frighten Those Hor-
FBLA Officers are Linda Cooper, Treasurer; Joan Blankenship,
Presilent; Elaine Parkinson, Secretary; Miss Hobbs. Sponsor; Pat
Baker, Historian; Carol Spruill, Reporter; and Mrs. Edmondson,
Members of the FBLA are (Front Row) Steve Keytoe, Ronnie
Horton, Joan Harris, Barbara Blevins, Shirley Freeman, Martha
Cowand, Alice Barrett, Irvin Bush.and Mike Adams; (Second
Row) Jackie Keeny, Jeanette Ing:e, Pam Joyner, Pam Ashley,
Diane Stevens, Libby Cash, Dolly Collins, Linda Cooper, Goldie
Lang, Sharon Zimmer, Penny Bignell; (Third Row) Carol Spruill,
Linda Shortz, Sharon Craip, Betty Wilhelm, Marijane Pacheco,
Susan Taylor, and Jennifer Becker; (Fourth Row) Carol Allen,
Evelyn Ouzts, Elizabeth Thompson, Pat Baker, Joan Blankenship,
Mary Carter, Helen Perry, Martha Perry, Helen Holiday, Bar-
bara McCinley, Sharon Painter, Susan Schutte, and Renee Hayden.
FFA MEMBERS: Douglas Allen, Jim Cooper, James Miller, Joe Pecsek, Jim Porter,
Lee Durham, Joe Mattox III, Roy Lupton, (not pictured) Andy Craddock and James
'The primary aim of FUTURE FARMERS
OF AMERICA is the development of agricul-
tural leadership, cooperation and citizenship."
Through enthusiastic improvement of agri-
culture, these young men strengthen their
confidence in themselves and their work. In
the Peanut Federation, Future Farmers en-
tered Forestry Judging, Crop Judging, Live-
stock Judging, Tractor Driving, and Public
Speaking. In September they attended the
By creating and nurturing a love of country
life, character is strengthened, and patriotism
is fostered. A sense of fellowship and coopera-
tion were evident at the Father and Son Ban-
quet in February and the picnic in June.
FFA OFFICERS: Joe Pecsek, Secretary; Jim Porter, Presi-
dent; Andy Craddock, Vice-President James Davenport, Re-
porter; Lee Durham, Treasurer.
Distributive Education Club Members are (Kneelinp;) Pat Lane,
Anne demons, Barbara Beri-y, Pat Baker, Kathi Swenson, Donna
Gertz, Sherry Sloan, Carol Hodges, and Jeannie Wilkerson;
(Second Row) Jane Reese, Joyce Sheppard, Shirley Gil-
lispie, Ruth Right, Laura Lafon, Bridget Edwards, Elayne John-
son. Evelyn Creech, Miss Lassiter, sponsor; (Third Row) Ray
Jacobs, Richard Ulrich, Ronald Henley, Donald N'agy, Ronald
Wakeham, Joe Desermeaux, Rick Cuthriell, Preston Taylor, Joseph
Webb, and Richard Baynor.
Larry Dowdy |
Other club members are: (Kneeling) Betty Bailey, Gloria GU-
liam, Pam Jennette, Ann (i^hapel, Linda Wilson, Betty W^hited,
and (Singer Wilson (Second Row) Larry Dowdy, Louis Chappell,
Charles Curtis, Dee Hinds, Marilyn Moser, Barbara Smith, Sue
Wright, Gloria Ange, Judy Halstead. Karan Gray, and Marip
Mazzei. (Third Row) Butch Stamm, David Bailey, David Mitch-
ell, Dick Mitchell, William McKeel, Mike Dobyns. Bubba Bohen-
stiel, Elvin Watei-field, Tom Jackson, Tommy Ridings, and Bil
Freeman. (Left on Second Row) Mr. Coffer and Mr. Cherry,
The Future Nurses Club promotes
an interest in nursing and helps girls
decide if they would like to enter
the field of nursing. Speakers, Hos-
pital tours, and future nurses
courses in area hospitals give the
girls a chance to hear and see ex-
actly what will be included in their
Members of the Future Nurses Club are (First row) Pat Golden, Anne Beazley,
Betty Fletcher, Judy Holland, Venida Bowden, (Second row) Josephine Colonna,
Sandra Long, Carol LaMar, Ann Pledger, Linda Carter, Diane Beshiars, Nancy
Taylor, Jannae White, (Third row) Janie Jenkins, Sue Strew, Joella Davenport,
Becky Harden, Reenie Craft, Liz AUigood, Martha Pollie, Diane Britton, Sarah
McAllister, Ellen McAuslan, and Mary Carter.
Officers of Future Nurses help a Wilson President re-
cuperate. They are Ann Kelly, Parliamentarian-Histo-
rian; Anne Beazley, Reporter; Carol Robinson, Secre-
tary; Kay Ege, Vice-President; and Bonnie Carawan,
Many Future Nurses prepare
for the future by working in
local hospitals. Girls working at
Norfolk General (in candy strip-
er uniforms) are (First row)
Juanita Wright, Katy Ege, Nell
Fruit, Carol Robinson, Lorraine
Gallagher, Brenda S t r o u s e,
Jeane Wood. Girls working at
DePaul Hospital are (center)
Jayne Zutavern, Bonnie Cara-
wan, and Judy Haddock.
The Future Teachers of America gives stu-
dents interested in teaching as a profession
an opportunity to study modern techniques.
Once each year, FTA members observe in pub-
lic schools in the surrounding area.
The Princess Anne Chapter awards a schol-
arship to one of its deserving seniors at the
end of each year.
The officers of Future Teachers are Anpelena Constantine, Vice-
President; Edith Jones, Treasurer; Nina Henderson, President;
Pam Coronett, Secretary; Judy Cronk, Reportei-Historian.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Underclassmen: (First row) Everett Poulter, Pat
Barnes, Kathy Preddy, Pam Ashley, Susan Pittman,
Janis Ziemer, Delores O'Dell, Joyce Fields, John
Craig; (Second row) Cynthia McPherson, Martha
Grader, Sonja Allred, Donna York, Carol Daniel, Pat
Ewing, Pam Robinson, Margaret Singleton; Third
row) Linda Bohlander, Pat Bell, Theresa Holcombe,
Regina Bruce, Kathy Davis, Cai-ol Brotherton, Svet-
lana Lubinov, and Susan Macon; (Not pictured)
Sherry Cuhvell, Betty Harvey, Cora Pelletier, and
Graduating Members: (Top row) Suzanne Gambill,
Karen Kresswell, Sybil Lewis, Ruth Leedom, Nina
Henderson, Suzanne Smith, Connie Winfield, Gail Nil-
sen, Judy Cronk; (Bottom row) Barbara Flowers,
Pam Coronett, Edith Jones, and Pam Hugue; (.Not
pictured) Kathleen Oakley. Marcella Witkiewicz,
Billy Jo Freeman, and Pat Ingram.
Officers of the Science Club attempt to figure out dues on a . . . slide rule ? Officers
are Randy Henderson, Parliamentarian; Pat Rogers, Secretary-Treasurer; Vic Gregor,
President; Jim Landis, Vice-President; Nick Werle, Senior Board Member; and Bill
Montez, Junior Board Member.
The Science Club is relatively new at Prin-
cess Anne. Since its beginning in early 1963,
the Science Club has successfully stimulated
i new interests in scientific careers. The club
' accomplishes its objectives through field trips,
1 lectures, tours, seminars, and group projects.
Science Club Members are (Back row) John Ham, George
Stamm, Richard Daily, Vince Martin, Jim Bradshaw; (Fifth
row) Bill Casper, Randy Henderson, Bob Cofer, Wayne Col-
leran, Billy Walker; (Fourth row) Mike Leavitt, Vern Meyer,
Rodney Pennington; (Third row) Bill Montez, Jim Landis;
(Second row) Kathy Preddy, Carolyn Weber; (Front row)
Sharon Kelly, Pat Rogers.
Pictured above, the Debate Team debated the topic "Federal
Aid to Medicine." They are (Front row) Barbaia Riley, Carol
Spencer, Carol Weber, Jim Landis, (Back row) Tim Fincham,
Bill Hawkinson, Lee Kerr, Randv Henderson.
Pondering the next move, mem-
bers of the Chess Club are (seat-
ed) Leroy Butler, Walter Hern-
don, (standing) Ernest Davis, Mike
Schmidt, Lee Kerr, and Tommy
Council officers are (left to right) Frances Pollack, Trinity Sigma Phi Hi-Y; Molly White, Coronet Tri-Hi-Y; Sandra Mac-
Tri-Hi-Y; Elaine Roosendaal, Scepter Tri-Hi-Y; Barry Almond, Neill, Theta Tri-Hi-Y; and Sam Martinett, Cavalier Hi-Y.
TRI-HI-Y HI-Y COUNCIL
The purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y Hi-Y Council is to co-ordinate the
I activities of the Tri-Hi-Y's and Hi-Y's of Princess Anne and to
solve conflicts which unavoidably arise.
Each year, the Tri-Hi-Y Hi-Y Council sponsors the Candy Cane
Ball. This year, as always, the semi-formal dance w^as one of
jj the highlights of the year,
Members of the Tri-Hi-Y Council are (Left to right) Jeanne Brown, Anne Nickels,
Frances Pollock, Beverly Andrews, Sam Martinette, Barry Almond, Leo Lister, Elaine
Roosendaal, Janet Thompson, and Carol Spencer.
Delegates from Princess Anne to the Model General Assembly in
Richmond are chosen from the Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y members.
Each club sends two delegates and a reporter and a page is chosen
from nominees elected by all the clubs. Those attending were:
(Front Row) Taz Cox, Sam Martinette, Tom Padrick, Bll Ker-
ber (Second Row) Betty McLaughlin, Ruth Ann Oliver, Reporter,
Jackie Willis, Janet Thompson, Caiol Spencer, Kathy Gehman,
Miss Tuckei', Martha Davis, Diane Davidson, Alice Williamson,
Flobert Johnson, Page, Anne Bratten and Kathy Craig.
Trinity officers demonstrate "the pull" used in their tug-o-war drews, President; Jennifer Camper, Vice-President; Carol Bljrthe,
with Sigma Phi Hi-Y. Left to right: Barbara Flowers, Cor- Treasurer; Brenda Eason, Chapain ; and Leslie Russell, Reporter,
responding Secretary; Jane Harrison, Secretary; Beverly An-
This year, as always, was an eventful year for
the girls of Trinity Tri-Hi-Y. From the victorious
September tug-o-war with Sigma Phi Hi-Y across
Thalia Creek to spring bake sales, Trinity has been
more than busy with its many service projects.
The most outstanding project of all was the adop-
tion of a little South Viet Namese girl. The girls
wrote letters and sent gifts to their adopted daugh-
Trinity's float, "The Little Train that Can,"
placed second in the Homecoming parade.
During the Christmas holidays, Trinity gave a
tea for the alumnae. Also, several Trinity mem-
bers visited a local convalescent home and sang
carols to the patients.
Sponsor Miss McCauley listens attentively to Trin-
Senior Trinity members pose in "Senior Hall." First How: Barbara Flowers,
Angelena Constantine, Carol Blythe, Lynn Oliver, Jennifer Camper, Judy Cronk; Sec-
ond Row: Linda Graffy, Leslie Russell, Beverly Andrews, Pam Coronet, Jane
Harrison, and Brenda Eason.
Underclassmen include (First Row) Francis Thomason,
Margaret Sawyer, Anita Joseph, Lynn Prangley, Julie
Wright, Anne Beasley, Glenice Emmons, (Second Row)
Diane Payne, Martha Davis, Gail Variot, Rhonda Stod-
dart, Kathy Manning, Jenny Vann, Penny Henning,
(Third Row) Donna York, Yvette Carpenter, Gracie
Grier, Bruce Phillips, Michele Hansen, Gail Ward, Beth
Martin, Carolyn Annas, and Rae Konin.
Athena Tri-Hi-Y is proud of its efforts to
extend Christian character throughout the
home, school, and community. For three
years, Athena has visited Mrs. Pauline Sykes,
a lady at the Municipal Hospital. She has
grown to love the girls and looks forward to
their visits. Many homes were brightened by
the Christmas candles sold by Athena girls.
Through service to others, the fellowship of
the club has been strengthened.
The Car-Wrecking Committee, composed of officers of Athena:
(right) Pam Tompkins, Vice-President; Sandra Adams, Treasurer;
Pat Fodrey, Chaplain; Jeanette Robinette, Corresponding Sec-
retary; (left) Jeannie Brown, President; Rosalind Basnight, Ser-
geant-at-Arms; Connie Pacini, Historian; Betty Rae McLaughlin,
Members of Athena: (First Row) Betty Rae McLaughlin, Linda Annette Riccio; (Third Row) Beth Pitt, Helen Holliday, Frances
Longworth, Rosalind Basnight, Sandra Adams, Alice Freve, Jean- Sansone, Shirley Freeman, Jo Rheacolonna, Sharon Ingfield, Jean-
ette Robinette; (Second Row) Sandra Bower, Cheryl Wilson, Pat nie Brown, Elaine Parkinson.
Lewis, Kathy Keating, Linda White, Peggy Dale, Connie Pacini,
Senior Members are (Front Row) JoAnn Rodes, Sandra MacNeil,
Diane Davidson, Joan Gibbs, Louise Costenbader, Katy Ege
(Back Row) Pam Neal, Marsha Harrier, Gail Cayce, Anne Heflin,
Becky Gettle, Betty May, Carol Little.
Theta Tri-Hi-Y, in accor(iance
with the Tri-Hi-Y Council, has as
its goal the stimulation and devel-
opment of Christian character in
high school girls. Theta's objective
is the fulfillment of this purpose.
Each month representatives are
sent to the Norfolk council which
governs local Hi-Ys and Tri-Hi-Ys.
Girls are also sent to the District
Conference, MGA, and Blue Ridge
Other Members Are (Front Row) Janis Ziemer, Pam McKitrich, Mary Bun-
gard, Kathy Craig, Karen Parker, Mary Jane Ontjes, Sarah Gettel (Rack Row)
Katherine Preddy, Dolly Mayo, Cathy Sykes, Shelia Muolanax, Janae White,
Michele Shmidt, Cathy Hass, Cathy Smith.
Officers are Kathy Craig, Treasurer; Joanne Rodes, Rec. Secretary; Sandra
MacNeil, President; Landa Whitlow, Corr. Secretary; Joan Gibbs, Parliamen-
tarian; Anne Heflin, \'ice President.
The school year, 1963-1964 has been a rewarding one
for Coronet Tri-Hi-Y. The platform of clean speech, clean
sportsmanship, clean scholarship and clean living has been
maintained through such projects as attending church,
collecting for UNICEF, and visiting a convalescent home.
The girls of Coronet Tri-Hi-Y adopted a child, Lai On
Yen, from Hong Kong, Throughout the year, projects
are planned to raise the necessary funds to maintain the
child. Included in these projects are a student-faculty bas-
ketball game, Mr. Wonderful Contest, car washes, and the
"Most Beautiful Legs" contest.
Miss Roxanne Dark, the sponsor, has contributed much
to the club with her interest and originality.
Coronet Officers are Anne Nichols, President; Betty Martin, Vice-President;
Jackie Willis, Secretary; Barbara Coates, Treasurer; Nina Henderson, Co-
Chaplain; Molly White, Co-Chaplain; Judy Hodges, Reporter; Gayle Banner-
man, Corresponding Secretary; and Jan Richter, Historian.
Graduating members: (Top row) Beverly Coates, Georgia Blick,
Nina Henderson, Molly White, Dian Weston, Maria Amnions,
Freida Wilson, Barbara Coates, Patsy Fox (Botton row) Nancy
McCraker, Carol Bush, Pat Fink, Carol West, Suzy Blankenship,
Betty Martin, Jackie Willis, Anne Nichols, Pam Kerber, Barbie
Parker, Gayle Bannerman, Jean Carol Marshall, Barbara Madi-
jeck; (not pictured) Pat Baker, Rina DeJoseph, Judy Hodges,
Pat Ingram, Mandy Venner.
Underclassmen: (Top row) Flobert Johnson, Pricilla Johnson, Debbie Clark, Jan Rich-
ter, Pat Rogers, Marsha Overby; (Bottom Row) Andy Bratten, Barbara Galindo,
Pam Johnson, Joyce Bantar.
Scepter has been extremely active in
'63-'64. The members have sold donuts,
and had a bake sale and a rummage sale.
Their Homecoming Float entitled "Squish
the Hornets" received an honorable men-
Service projects carried out by the club
included a food drive, contributions to
the Goodwill, and clothes for a needy fam-
Rounding out a full year. Scepter mem-
bers participated in the District Council
meeting and other Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y pro-
Scepter officers are (First Row) "Katie" and Benji Stevenson, Mascots;
(Second Row) Teryl Thornton, Reporter; Carol Spencer, President;
C;heryl Hoel, Co-Historian; Carolyn Holder, Secretary; (Third Row) Miss
Bass, Sponsor; Joyce Fiincher, Serpeant-at-Arms; Janet Faulhaber,
Treasurer; Barbara Riley, Vice-President; (not pictured) Kathy Kamps,
Assistant Secretary-Treasurer; Judy Moore, Co-Historian; Sheila Evans,
Scepter members model at their rumniape sale.
Right up on top is Scepter's president, Carol
Senior members of Scepter Tri-Hi-Y are (Front Row) Judy Kathy Kamps, Lauri Heilman, Anne Greico, Carolyn Claude,
Moore, Cheryl Hoel, Benji Steverson; Pat Falletta; Phoebe Pen- Darlene Knipht, Cecile Chisholm, Elizabeth Alligood, Sandra
zold; (Second Row) Betty Fletcher, Jeanne Moore, Joyce Fincher, Chalmers, and Carolyn Holder.
Carol Schofer, Sheila Evans, Kathy Nearman, (Third Row)
Underclass members are Kathy Porter, Sharon Stone, Becky Bourne, Janet Faul-
haber, Linda Hudson, Ann Garrett, and Sally Hagan.
In its second year at Princess
Anne, Cavalier Hi-Y has upheld the
standards set by the YMCA in all
aspects of school and community
life. They are active in church and
contribute to the cleanliness of the
school. At left, some members pose
at the Cavalier Beach and Cabana
Club in Virginia Beach.
Cavalier Hangout? ? ?
Officers of Cavalier Hi-Y are (Front Row) Tom Padrick, Vice-
President; Keith Barton, Secretary; Roy Allen, I.C.C. Representa-
tive; (Second Row) David Cardillo, Correpsonding Secretary;
Leo Lister, Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Council Representative; Gilliam Tuck-
er, Reporter; Sam Marinette, President; Earl Neal, Sergeant-at-
Arms; Bobby Childers, Treasurer; Eddie Irwin, Chaplain.
Senior members of Cavalier Hi-Y are (First row) Clyde Hines, row) Ceor^e Copswell, Sam Martinette, Diane Brillon unastot)
David Cardillo, Peter Muller, Leo Lister. John Nixon, Wayne Tom Padrick, Roy Allen, Oliver Joyner, (Fourth row) Don He
CoUeran (Second row) Jim McKewen, Gilliam Tucker, (Third witt. Ken Fudala, Earl Neal. and Dou^' Jennintrs.
Underclass members of Cavalier are (First Row) Ben Ward, Bill Steve Carver, William Riser, Junior Scarper, Robert Webb
Ashley, Bob Buchanen, Bill Hooks, Billy Davis, Lee Durham, (Third Row) Keith Barton, Bill Brice, Bill Williams. Don Fisher,
Roper Peacock, Robert Rooks; (Second Row) Bobby Childers, Tommv Tavlor, David Puryear, Ron Morrison.
Junior and Senior Y-Teens are (Front Row) Penny
Benedict, Annette Riccio, Judy Rood, Eileen Jagneaux,
Sharon Shelby, Diane Hogge, Andrea Bratten, Nancy
Pate, Joyce Banta, Lynn Griffin, Yvonne Lee; (Second
Row) Jacie Rakowski, O'Bera Allen, Maxine Tolleson,
Nancy Kimbrell, Peggy Mannen, Carol Ingram, Barbara
Benson, Agnes McCoy, Susan Macon.
The Alpha Y-Teens, newly formed at Princess Anne,
is an organization of girls affiliated with the YWCA
for the purpose of promoting Christian spirit in the
home and community.
The girls have undertaken various projects such as
delivering food baskets at Thanksgiving and making
gifts for old folks at Christmas. The Mid-Winter Ball,
an annual event, was held February 15. The girls also
sponsored a dance in the gym after the last home bas-
OFFICERS (Front) Nancy Pate, Secre-
tary; Agnes McCoy, Vice-President; Brenda
Stakes, Chaplain; (Back) Eileen Jagneaux,
Treasurer; Mrs. Painter, Sponsor; and
Diane Hogge, President.
Sophomore Y-Teens are (First Row) Brenda Stakes,
Merry Flowers, Sharon Tatum, Carol Wright, Cathy
Smith, Joyce Craddock, Jane Smith; (Second Row) Tere-
sa Englett, Brenda Brown, Karen Dull, Sue Williams,
Nancy Kimball, Karen Molodovitch.
The girls of Quo Vadis have shown an ac-
tive interest in their school and community
through various project and activities.
Among these activities were a car-wash, a
pajama party, and a mothe^aughter ban-
quet. The girls hav€n^lsQj?v(Miateei^^^ their
services to the N(^pl^jl|i^^ Wursery and
have washed tharech^ol'^s 'Dlackboards.
Quo Vadis Officers are Carol Thomas, Parliamentarian; Sue Strew,
Reporter; Carol Ralston, Chaplain; Alice Williamson, Treasurer;
Barbara King, Secretary; Frances Pollock, Vice-President; and Janet
Seniors of Quo Vadis are (Front Row) Sue Strew, Carol Thomp-
son, Carol Ralston, Betty Ann Crunk, Janet Thompson, and
Shannon Schwegler. Underclassmen are (Middle Row) Vicki
Berkstresser, Susie Slag'le, Sharon Banagan, Ann Yancey, Marcia
Pierce, Dana Byrd, Angle Barlow, Frances Pollock, and Barbara
King. (Last Row) Kathy Buurmu, Ann Todd, Linda Dukovitch,
Alice Williamson, Sue Littman, Donna Hill, Rhona Doucette,
Audrey Klecky, Teresa Donati, Dee Hinds, Anne 0%\'ens, and
Sig^ma Phi officers are Benji Steverson, Sergeant-at-Arms; Bruce Brink-
ley, I.C.C. Representative; Bill Kerber, Chaplain; Scott Slocum, Secre
tary; Taz Cox, Vice-President; and Barry Almond, President.
Sigma Phi Hi-Y, in accordance with
the principles of the YMCA, has de-
voted this year to the encouragement
of all aspects of clean living.
The service projects this year have
included a donation to the World Serv-
ice, a collection of household articles
for a family whose house burned down,
and active participation in Clean-Up
Week. During Christmas, Sigma Phi
collected old magazines and distributed
them to old folks' homes.
This year's social activity was a tug-
of-war with Trinity Tri-Hi-Y, in which
members of both clubs were thorough-
Members are (Front Row) Courtney Peck, Bob Magoon, Mike Steverson, Steve Simms, and Steve Mayo. (Third Row) Guy
Eubank, Dave Willett, Steve Siegfried, and Mike Schmidt; (Sec- Foster, Richard Foss, Tommy Dunford, Barry Almond. Larry
ond Row) David Jackson, Walter Barons, Jay Ferguson, Benji Sheets, Bill Kerber, Rodney Clabo, Lee Domina, Danny Childers.
Other members are (Front Row) Lindsey Suggs, David Hender- (Third Row) Scott Slocum, Jim Clark George Fink, Ronnie
son, Clyde Sheely, Tommy Vance. Bill Havu; (Second Row) John Sprinkle, Jerry Wood, and Chuck Midkiff.
Kordulak, John Jordan, Taz Cox, Bruce Brinkley, and Bob Lee;
Nothing at Princess Anne has ever provoked such school spirit
as did 63-64 sports. Only a big game provides the MOTIVATION
for the entire school, students and faculty alike, to experience
A SALUTE to our teams: baseball, basketball, football, golf,
swimming, tennis, track, wrestling; to our cheerleaders; to the
biggest team of all — our student body.
C. M. Tomko
Head Football Coach
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Princess Anne Cavaliers: (First r<.« ; \V . Howes, li. VVailord B
Wilkerson, C. Honour, T. Koster, F. (Jray (Co-Captain), C. Carr
(Co-Captain), C. Coulboin, W. O'Brien, B. Hubbard, R. Clabo, M.
Smith, B. Seery; (Second row) W. Holt, H. Hinton, J. Peccia R
Howerin, L. Doniina, P. Atherton, J. Clarke, J. Garrett, D. Ter-
rell, J. Gimbert. T. Hazlewood, A. Kimball; (Third row) L
Thompson. R. Stabler, C. Brinkley, D. Ahles, J. Downing P. Sac-
hon, L. Clark, J. Day, L. Paulsen, T. Cox, S. Moore; (Fourth
row) D. Bayes, J. Todd, D. King, D. Teasley, A. Styron, J. Craig,
D. Crigger, R. Glisson, G. Wood, J. Downing, D. Peccia and D.
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Offensive line-up: (left to right, back row) Mike Smith, Buster
O'Brien, Al Kimball, Bruce Wilkerson, (front row) Bill Bowes,
Craig Honour, Tony Koster, Charlie Coulborn, Ben Hubbard,
Rodney Clabo, and Charlie Carr.
The fall of 1963 saw Princess Anne field the
most well-balanced football squad ever to wear
the red, white and blue. After being an unde-
feated freshman team and working together for
four years, the group of players brought Princess
Anne her first team Eastern District Champion-
ship. Compiling the best record ever for a Cava-
lier eleven, 9-1, the 1963 Cavaliers ranked first in
the district in both total offense and defense. Out-
standing individuals included Craig Honour,
Buster O'Brien, and Charlie Carr, all of whom
received All-State honors. Carr established a
state record by a lineman, and O'Brien was
named outstanding Prep Player in the state.
Carr and O'Brien also made the All-American
DEFENSIVE LINE-UP:(left to rifrht, back row) Pete Ather-
ton. Butch Seery, Bob Howerin, Jimmy Garrett, Fred Gray, Lou
Paulsen, (front row) Lee Domina, Craig Honour, Jim Clarke,
Ben Hubbard, Brent Warford, and John (^imbert.
Paced by the accurate eye and excellent
defensive play of co-captain Bill Bowes,
the Cavaliers posted a 5-4 record midway
through their season. Outstanding this
year has been the development of juniors,
Mike Gariott and Gary McMahon. The ca-
gers tournament hopes rest heavily on the
outcome of several games later in the sea-
son including one with a strong Hampton
(Front Row) Stanley Plevyak, Bob Dunnington, Willie Kibler, Row) Bobby Knight, Buster O'Brien, Tommy Garceau, Bill
Mike Garriot, Ray Hinton, Gary McMahan, Lou Paulsen; (Second Bowes, Charlie Carr, Paul Odom, Chuck Brinkley.
1964 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
To the average person a wrestling match seems
to be a mangled mass of human limbs, but to
Princess Anne, it means much more. Although
wrestling is considered a team si)ort, those who
understand it know that there is much left to
the individual in developing style, strength, and
Princess Anne has always had a good wrestling
team and this year is no exception. Good coach-
ing and the determined attitides of the boys have
brought out the true spirit and willingness neces-
sary for a winning team.
(First row) David Grochmal, Eric Wayne, Jeff Levitt, Bob Hutton, (Second row)
Danny Manning, Bill Montez, Jay Ferguson, Don Smith, Larry Hightower, and
Jay Ferguson Eric Wayne Larry Hightower
TRACK TEAM — Woody Daly, Coach; Danny Manning, Mike Hayes, Larry High-
tower, Jeff Smith, Bill Montez, Steve Cates, Dave Grothnial, Bob Haley, Willie Kibler,
Dave Hershberger, David Forman, Don Lipps, Bob Hutton, Eric Wayne, John Grady,
Each year on March 1, Princess Anne's hopes
rise as the expectation of another winning base-
ball season draws near. In recent years, the Cava-
liers have come within one game of attaining the
magic Eastern District Championship. One or
two bad breaks have held the Cavaliers back,
but if strong hitting and fast pitching are assets
to a ball club, this year's Cavaliers should come
close to attaining their goal of winning their first
Russell Smith. Bill Kerber, Ronald Wagner, and Glenn Rodgers talk with golf coach
Swimming Team members are (Front Row) Coach Loth, George Cogswell, and Tom Hazelwood; (Third Row) Lee
Robbie Robinson, Tim Carey, Mark Hulings, Bill Montez, Domina, John Maxwell, Rick Montez, Dick Foss, and Rick
and Coach Condit; (Second Row) Richard McAndrew, McMahon; (Fourth Row) George Kona, Curtis Edwards,
Lenny Ransdale, John Kern, Dickie Edwards, Pete Muller, Mike Petrakos, and Frank King.
Returning Lettermen are: Randy Burwell, Gary McMahon, and Barry Almond.
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders are: (Front Row) Barbara Bell, Hagan, Marilyn Skelton, Lynn Prangley, Carol Woodruff, and
Barbara Galindo, Alice Williamson, Pat Bell. (Second Row) Sally Michele Hansen.
Princess Anne scores again!
Junior Varsity Football Players are Robert Anthony, Roger Greene. (Third Row) Richard Gray, Jackie Glonnon, Rick Wolf,
Zimmerman, Bob Whitbeck, James Bunn, Jeff Edelman, Mike David Downes, Randy Smith, Glenn Ericson, Bob Neblett, Glenn
Clark. (Second Row) Gene Wilson, Eddie Grumbeck, Glenn Jones, Graham.
First Row (Left to Right) R. Polhamus, B. Huggins, B. Neblett, B. Scaggs, T. Duren
M. Carpentar, R. Gray; (Second Row) K. Linthicum, P. Hurd, D. Defir, J. McNulty,
C. Parker, P. Sachon, J. Lassiter, J. Ferrell.
Rarely does a high school student's life begin and end in the
classroom. High school memories will include many and varied
experiences. Perhaps the tense moments before exams and re-
port cards will fade from the memory. Surely, the excitement of
homecoming and other special occasions will not be forgotten.
The loveliest float of all
Queen Linda Howell and her Court — Suzy Blankenship, Jane Harrison, Pani Kerber,
and Patsy Fox.
Miss Suzy Blankenship Miss Patsy Fox
1964 HOMECOMING COURT
Miss Pam Kerber Miss Jane Harrison
Linda and Charlie
The moving toe on Scepter Tri-Hi-Y's shoe en-
courages the Cavaliers to "Squish the Hornets."
Left to right: Angelena Constantine, Cecilia Gerloff, Lynn Oliver, Leslie Russell, Suzy
Blankenship, Jane Harrison, and Pam Tompkins.
Left to right: Lonny Gallagher, Larry Leguni, Ben Hubbard, Jay Ferguson, Buster
O'Brien, Jim Landis, Larry Hightower, and Tommy Yancy.
Princess Anne delegates re-enact the notorious Frankie and Johnny Trial held at
Virginia Girls' and Boys' States.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE
Each summer, Virginia Girls' and Boys' States
are held at Radford College and Virginia Poly-
technic Institute. Representatives from high
schools all over Virginia gather at the two cam-
puses for a memorable week of meeting new
friends, and learning about local and state gov-
The American Legion and the American Le-
gion Auxiliary sponsor Girls' and Boys' States
to provide Virginia's youth with a greater ap-
preciation of the American system of govern-
Princess Anne's delegates were nominated by
the faculty and elected by members of the 1963
Three members of Princess Anne's delegation
earned outstanding recognition during their
week at Girls' and Boys' States. Lynn Oliver was
elected Attorney General of Virginia Girls' State.
Pam Tompkins and Buster O'Brian were elected
mayors of their respective cities.
Princess Anne's most outstanding se-
niors — Larry Legum and Mary Fran
Lee Kerr scored a perfect 800 on the
mathematics section of the S.A.T. college
PA senior Alwine Van der Willigen repre-
sented the Dutch Embassy in the 1964
National Merit finalists from Princess Anne include John Hamm, James Landis, and
1964 Scholastic team members are (Front row) Mary Fran Huphes, Jean Kelly,
Linda Graffy, Nancy Shea, Svetlana Lubinov. (Back row) Richard Daley, Lee Kerr,
and Bob Hutten.
Each semester, eight Princess Anne students
earn positions on the Scholastic Achievement
Team. On the basis of the courses, gracies, and
character, the faculty selects three seniors, three
Juniors, and two Sophomores. The Senior chos-
en to compete for the $2000 scholarship from
the Ledger Star was Mary Fran Hughes.
In addition, three PA students were granted
National Science Foundation Scholarships to at-
tend summer science seminars at outstanding
1963 Summer Science Students are John
Ham, VPI; Mary Fran Huphes, Emory and
Henry; and Lee Kerr, University of North
A WELL-DESERVED ASSEMBLY
Miss Yvette Carpenter. Miss PA 1964
1964 MISS PRINCESS ANNE
Miss Jennifer Camper
The Queen and her royal court: Miss Pam Kerber, third runner-
up; Miss Jennifer Camper, second runner-up; Miss Yvette Ca-
penter, Miss PA; Miss Pepgy Mannen, first runner-up; and Miss
Linda Hudson, (tied) third runner-up.
Miss Peggy Mannen
Princess Anne High
School most beloved one
Thy sons and daughters
listen to thy call,
And each shall cherish a
And each shall pledge his
All hail to thee oh Alma
And praises be oh Alma
To us you'll be oh Alma
High School of our hearts.
Senior Fashion Show
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James Elliot Echlin
Lisa Karen Ander
Candice L. Ethridge
Karen Lee Anderson
John T. Ferguson
Peter J. Atherton
John R. Fernstrom
Kathy Jo Austin
Patricia Ann Fink
Lonny R. Gallagher
Sandra Rhea Bower
Kathleen C. Gehman
Charles T. Brake
Benny L. Gilbert
Betty Jean Brown
Victor R. Gregor
Anne L. Burgess
Judy C. Haddock
Charles F. Caldwell
John Ross Ham
Sandra Y. Calhoun
Jane H. Harrison
Bonnie K. Carawan
Linda D. Hensley
Dennis L. Gates
Larry E. Hightower
Charles Robert Gofer
Cheryl Renee Hoel
Stephen Roger Horman
Charline F. Davila
Marjorie E. Jones
Walter Lee Domina
Jacqueline S. Keency
Margaret F. Dudley
Ann C. Kelley
Janet L. Dunning
James L. Kerr
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Freedom must exist in the heart of the individual. It must be championed by
The freedom to build ... to create ... to grow as free individuals in
a free nation is our priceless heritage from the post. Its cost is our eternal
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